Situations When Social Security May Not Consider Your Doctor's Opinion

Posted on: 29 January 2015
Although the Social Security Administration generally gives a treating doctor's opinion significant weight when considering a disability claim, that's not always the case. Your doctor must provide evidence that your medical impairment will prevent you from performing any substantial gainful activity continuously for 12 months or more. If your treating doctor doesn't provide adequate information relating to your impairments and how they limit what you can do, your claim may be denied even if your physician feels you are disabled.
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3 Steps To Take Before You File A Personal Injury Lawsuit

Posted on: 23 January 2015
If you are thinking of filing a personal injury lawsuit, there are a couple things that you need to do before you make it official. If you don't take some preliminary steps, you could waste your time and money in a frivolous case. Here are 3 steps you need to take before you file a personal injury lawsuit. 1. Try To Negotiate With The Insurance Company In many cases the reason that you are not getting the compensation that you feel you deserve is that the insurance company is not holding up their end of the contract.
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Why You May Want To Accept A Plea Bargain Even If You Are Innocent

Posted on: 22 January 2015
If all the evidence is against you and the court offers a plea bargain, should you take it even if you are innocent? This is always a big decision to make, especially for a person that knows he or she did not commit the crime in question. As you contemplate this offer, here are two things to think about and to discuss with a criminal defense attorney, such as Scott L.
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The Surprising News Is You Can Be Arrested Because Of The Actions Of Others

Posted on: 9 January 2015
It may be surprising to the average person, but it is quite possible to be arrested for a crime be committed by another. Most people understand that the police can make a mistake. This is why society has safeguards, such as the "innocent until proven guilty" standard. However, in some cases there is no mistake, so to speak. The police have the clear intent to arrest a person based on the criminal conduct of others.
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