What To Do After Being Denied Disability

27 September 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

When you are waiting to receive a response back from the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) office concerning whether or not you will be able to receive disability, it's easy to feel like you are on pins and needles. You're injured and unable to work, so the money that you are hoping to get from SSDI could be your only hope of supporting yourself and handling your financial responsibilities. If you've recently been the recipient of a denial letter, you need to know that there are still options. Read More 

Workers Compensation And Telecommuting

22 August 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you're telecommuting for your employer and are injured on the job, then you have the same rights to workers compensation as any on-site employee. That means that if you're injured while engaging in the course of your work, then you are entitled to benefits. The law doesn't differentiate in regards to the location of the accident, but it may be difficult to prove whether or not your injuries are work-related when you're working at home. Read More 

Where’s My Inheritance? Understanding Ademption

19 July 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

Where there's a will there may not always be a way to get your inheritance. Wills are meant to present a way for property to be distributed after a death, but what happens when that property no longer exists? If you have a will or are about to have one, read to learn more about the problems that could occur if you fail to update it. Life happens and wills get stale Read More 

What To Include In Lost Income Damages In A Personal Injury Claim

18 June 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you are pursuing a personal injury claim, then lost income will constitute a huge percentage of your damages. However, you may not get everything you deserve if you don't know everything to include in your lost income damages. Here are some of the things you should include the following.  Sick Leave Time In many workplaces, employers allow employees to earn and accumulate sick days. For example, your employer may allow you one full day of sick leave for every month of work. Read More 

What To Know About Workers’ Compensation And Partial Disabilities

18 May 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

The wide range of injuries that can occur in a workplace are all covered by workers' comp, as long as it was work-related. There are too many different levels of injuries to mention, and everyone has their own unique way of healing, or not healing, from a given incident. When an injury affects certain parts of your body in a more permanent way, you may be looking at benefits as particular as the injury itself. Read More