3 Tips For Getting Social Security Disability Approved

Posted on: 13 July 2017

Even if you have a verifiable disability that makes it difficult or impossible to work and meet the other qualifications, it can be very challenging to get approved for Social Security Disability benefits. If approved, you will receive monthly benefits that help you pay for your living expenses and make your life much easier, but unfortunately many applications are denied. In order to receive the Social Security Disability you are entitled to, it's important to be prepared and approach your application in a thoughtful, deliberate way by following these tips: [Read More]

Avoiding Construction Site Injuries: 4 Tips For Workers

Posted on: 4 July 2017

Construction sites can be incredibly dangerous and too often there are constructions workers that are seriously or fatally injured as a result of an on-the-job accident. Accidents can occur for a number of reasons, include defective machinery, lack of safety gear, and failure to take proper safety precautions. Though all accidents cannot be avoided, some construction-related injuries can be prevented. Here are four things that constructions workers can do to help reduce the chances of an on-site accident or injury occurring: [Read More]

Finding The Right Court Reporter For Your Deposition

Posted on: 2 July 2017

Depositions play an important role in many lawsuits. These depositions allow attorneys to gather information that could prove valuable in mounting a case on their client's behalf. To ensure that the information provided throughout the deposition is preserved, a court reporter can be used to create a transcript of the proceeding. If your law firm is looking to hire a court reporter to help with upcoming depositions, here are three things to keep in mind. [Read More]

Two Ways That A Divorce Lawyer Can Assist You With Child Support Issues

Posted on: 27 June 2017

One of the most common issues that many people run into after divorce is child support issues, such as one of the individuals paying too little child support or refusing to pay at all. However, the good news is that a divorce lawyer can continue to assist you after the divorce has been completed by helping you deal with child support issues. Listed below are two ways in which divorce lawyer can assist you with your child-support problems and issues. [Read More]