Case Value Determination And Your Personal Injury Attorney

Posted on: 27 January 2019

When another driver causes an accident, you are likely entitled to be paid money damages. It can be extremely difficult to deal with the results of an accident on your own and most people find that a personal injury attorney is important. When you meet with your attorney for the first time, you should be prepared to have your case evaluated. Read on to find out why this is so and what to be ready to explain to the attorney. [Read More]

Personal Testimony And Your Personal Injury Case

Posted on: 17 December 2018

Taking quick action after a car accident is important. Vital evidence needed to prove your case can be lost if you fail to act. One of the most vaunted types of personal injury evidence is that of witnesses. Surprisingly, there is more than one type of witness when it comes to accident cases. Read on to learn more about three categories of personal injury witnesses. Eye-witnesses If someone saw your car accident unfold, you are fortunate. [Read More]

Act Fast And Preserve Your Personal Injury Case

Posted on: 6 November 2018

When a car accident leaves you hurt and confused, you should know where to turn. In most cases, it pays to take action quickly and to speak to a personal injury attorney. Read on to find out some reasons why time may not necessarily be on your side when it comes to getting the personal injury compensation you need. Quickly Regain Normalcy and Control Being in a wreck can affect more than your health. [Read More]

What Disability Determination Means to Your Social Security Claim

Posted on: 28 September 2018

If you cannot work at your job because of a medical problem, the Social Security Administration (SSA) might be able to help. This agency provides workers with a monthly income if they qualify for benefits. However, the qualification process is far from simple Read on to learn about the steps to approval. The Initial Set of Qualifications Applicants must meet the following minimum standards before the SSA sends the application to the disability determination examiner. [Read More]