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.
If you're looking for a way to give back to the community, and you want to become a volunteer, it's time to look at the juvenile court volunteer program. Through the juvenile courts volunteer program, your volunteer your time helping kids who are in the juvenile court system. Many of these kids don't have a positive role model to look up to. Not only that, but many of them also come from broken homes, or are in the foster child system.
After slipping and falling in a store due to negligence of some kind, you may be able to win compensation for your pain and suffering by filing a personal injury claim. Here is what your lawyer should do to help you win your personal injury case:
Personally Inspect the Accident Site
Your personal injury lawyer should be able and willing to go to the site of the accident themselves and personally inspect every aspect of the area so they can compile a thorough report that can be used to build your case as it evolves.
When you go to work, the last thing you expect is to be injured. Unfortunately, workplace injuries do happen, and when they do, they can be devastating. If you've been injured on the job, the first thing you need to do is notify your employer. Reporting the accident quickly will help ensure that your workers compensation benefits aren't jeopardized. Once you begin collecting your workers compensation benefits, here are four additional steps you should take to help you avoid complications.
If you are divorcing and have not considered the issue of spousal support, it's in your best interest to make it a part of your divorce. This form of financial assistance is available to spouses that show a need, and leaving it out of your divorce agreement could be a big mistake. Read on for 7 important things to know about spousal support.
1. Spousal support (originally known as alimony) came about in England around 1857, but it was originally used as a means to help support the wife when the couple separated.