Filing For Disability Benefits: 3 Reasons To Consider Hiring A Lawyer To Represent You

Posted on: 27 January 2018

You can file for disability benefits on your own, but there are plenty of reasons to consider hiring a lawyer to help you get the job done. Following are just a few of the most notable reasons to have an experienced disability attorney represent you: You're Having Trouble With the Initial Paperwork When initially filing for disability benefits, you'll need to provide a lot of paperwork and information to the social security administration.
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Workers' Comp: Don't Settle Without Including These Issues

Posted on: 27 December 2017

If you are now dealing with a permanent injury because of your job, you are likely contemplating what to expect from your employer's workers' comp carrier. The usual benefits that you've been receiving are what's known as temporary disability, and they will end once you have reached a certain point in your workers' comp claim. Read on for more information about what should be included in your workers' comp permanent injury settlement.
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3 Factors That Affect Your Social Security Disability Claim

Posted on: 27 November 2017

If you have a physical disability that impacts your ability to work full time or pull down a decent salary, one way to supplement your income is by applying for Social Security disability benefits. There are limits on the work you can do, such as: #1 Working You can work and still receive Social Security Administration Benefits. There are income limits that you cannot exceed each month in order to qualify for Social Security Administration Benefits.
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Can You Keep An Emotionally Abusing Parent Away From Your Child?

Posted on: 30 October 2017

Emotional abuse is no less damaging to a child than physical abuse. When a parent is given visitation rights by the family court, it is because the judge feels that he or she is emotionally capable of taking care of the child. If that changes, as the custodial parent, you can take action. Can You Deny Visitation? Although the situation might seem urgent, you cannot deny visitation to the non-custodial parent even if your child is being emotionally abused.
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