How To Know If You Should Hire A Wrongful Death Attorney

6 October 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

The unexpected loss of a loved one can be very hard to deal with, especially if you believe that there is someone out there who is responsible for the passing of your loved one. In such situations, you might find yourself wondering whether you have a case that would be suitable for a wrongful death attorney. To help you determine if it is time to call for a consultation, you will want to keep reading. Read More 

Pros And Cons Of Choosing A DNR For Your Living Will

9 September 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

One of the complex decisions that you'll need to make when you speak with your family and then later sit down with an attorney to write up your living will is whether or not you want a "do not resuscitate" order, or DNR. This term means that in the event that you suffer a catastrophic health issue at the hospital and the medical team would need to resuscitate you to keep you alive, you'd prefer if you were left to pass away. Read More 

Why You Should Switch Doctors During A Workers’ Compensation Case

5 August 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

When you have suffered an injury at work, and your injuries are paid for through workers' compensation, you will often be required to treat with a doctor that is chosen by the insurance provider. However, this can cause problems for you because there may be a conflict of interest. Some doctors will try to under-report your injuries and they may not treat your injuries as much in order to avoid costing the insurance provider more money. Read More 

Using Comparative Negligence In A Dual-Drunk Driving Personal Injury Lawsuit

30 June 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

When car crashes happen, personal injuries are almost always going to occur. The situation gets even more complex, though, if not just one but both people in the accident were drunk or under the influence. In this situation, you need to talk to your personal injury lawyer about comparative negligence if you want to avoid serious financial difficulties. Dual-Drunk Driving Accidents Can Happen One of the stranger incidents that can occur on the road is a dual-drunk driving accident. Read More 

Can You Work Again?

30 May 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

Once you go through the long, drawn-out process of getting approved for Social Security benefits you might want to know that it's not necessarily over. The Social Security Administration (SSA) may continue to monitor you and your medical condition, particularly if you fall into certain categories. Read on to learn more. A medical check The condition that qualified you to get benefits might fall anywhere on a scale from minor to fatal, and the SSA keeps up with certain medical disorders more closely than others. Read More