Why You Want To Retain A Personal Injury Lawyer Right Away

Posted on: 2 July 2019
If you have been personally injured in an accident, it might be time for you to start thinking about hiring legal representation. Even if you are not sure whether or not you have a good enough case for the courts, you will still want to discuss things over with a personal injury lawyer. Here are some of the reasons why you will want to do this right away. You Don't Want Your Injuries Pushed Under The Rug
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Borrowed Cars And Accidents: Who Pays For A Victim's Injuries?

Posted on: 29 May 2019
Have you ever loaned your car to a friend or relative? If so, what did you know about that person's driving history, personal habits, and insurance coverage? Did you even know (for certain) that he or she had a valid driver's license at the time? These are actually all important questions. If you're ever injured in an accident with a negligent driver using a borrowed car, the answer to those questions may play a role in determining who is liable for your injuries.
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5 Kinds Of Damages You Can Claim In A Personal Injury Lawsuit

Posted on: 27 April 2019
No matter who you are, you could just be moments away from an injury that could complicate your life for weeks, months, or even permanently.  According to the Centers for Disease Control, someone dies from an injury every 3 minutes. However, millions of other people suffer from injuries that leave them alive but with physical and emotional scars -- and the kinds of financial problems that go along with any serious injury.
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Your Doctor And The SSDI Residual Functional Capacity

Posted on: 23 March 2019
Getting approved for Social Security Disability Insurance is not as easy as it should be. When you consider that the people who need the benefit are probably not in the best state of mind due to their disability, the intricacies of the Social Security process can seem nearly impossible. One of the more complicated aspects of getting approved for benefits is the Residual Functional Capacity (RFC). Read on to find how important this assessment is and how to make sure your form results in an approval.
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