Should You Hire A Personal Injury Lawyer?

27 June 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you recently found yourself injured from an accident and you were not the person at fault, you might want to think about talking to a personal injury lawyer. Should you find that you are having a little trouble deciding if you should take legal action, you will want to keep reading. This way, you will not accidentally take too much time to decide on taking legal action, as many states have time limits for filing lawsuits. Read More 

3 Things You Will Need To Do In Order To Prove Personal Injury From Invasion Of Privacy

23 June 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Sometimes, a personal injury is obvious, such as when you are injured as a result of an automobile accident or if you slip and fall in a public place. However, what happens when you suffer emotional injury that is not always so apparent? Most people do not know that even injuries of an emotional nature can sometimes warrant a personal injury claim. While there are a few different types of emotional injury, such as basic emotional distress and pain and suffering, there is one that is more questioned than most; invasion of privacy. Read More 

How Social Media Could Be Used Against Your Car Accident Claim

18 June 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you've been involved in a car accident and need to file a claim or have done so already, there are few important things you need to know about your social media accounts. Unfortunately, sometimes car insurance company adjusters look at social media for evidence of wrongdoing and/or overstated car accident claims. Therefore, you'll need to be careful what you post on social media. Here's what you should and shouldn't do. Read More 

What To Know About Your Social Security Disability Medical Exam

15 June 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Being unable to work at your job because of a medical condition can be depressing and both emotionally and financially draining. Fortunately, the Social Security Administration (SSA) provides those who qualify with financial help through monthly financial payments. However, the road to getting approved for benefits can be long and complicated, in addition to being filled with detours and roadblocks. One potential detour is thedisability consultative medical exam (CME). This is a very special type of medical exam, so read on to learn more so that you will be prepared if the SSA requests that you undergo one. Read More 

What Can You Do If Ex-Spouse Abandons Things?

8 June 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you recently got divorced and acquired possession of your house through the process, your ex may have things in the house he or she is entitled to. Legally, you must allow your ex to come and take these things when it is convenient for him or her, but what should you do if this never occurs? If you are left with things your ex was supposed to get but hasn't, what should you do? Read More