Applying For Social Security Disability Benefits? Why You Should Hire A Lawyer

Although you may know a few people who are currently receiving Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits, it's not as easy to get as you may think to be approved for those benefits. SSDI is heavily regulated to try to cut down on the number of fraudulent claims that are able to slip through the cracks. If you're so hurt that you won't be able to work for awhile, you're going to need that money in order to stay afloat. Read More 

Been In An Automobile Accident? How To Choose The Right Attorney

If you've been in a car accident that wasn't your fault, you deserve to receive justice. An automobile collision can completely change your life, and if the injuries are severe enough you could find that you can never again go back to the way that you used to be. The first step to receiving compensation is filing a lawsuit. A good lawyer can facilitate the process and help you navigate the rocky waters ahead. Read More 

Survive And Find Success At Your Personal Injury Trial

It can happen in an instant: one moment you are on your way to the store, and the next you have a wrecked car, an injury and are filing suit against the at-fault driver. When it comes time to face your day in court, you may be more at ease just knowing what to expect and how to conduct yourself. Read on for some tips on not just surviving the experience, but coming home with a nice fat monetary judgment. Read More 

Can You Get Social Security Benefits For Back Pain?

Do you have back pain that is severe enough that it is preventing you from working? Perhaps you have tried to work but find it impossible. You may have even taken a leave of absence from your job or gotten fired due to not being able to work full shifts. This is something that many people experience, and some mistakenly think that they cannot receive social security benefits for back pain. Read More 

What If The Estate’s Executor Is Irresponsible?

The executor of an estate has several responsibilities, including distributing inheritances to the heirs. Unfortunately, there have been instances in which an executor did not perform his or her job duties. When this happens, the heirs must act to ensure the deceased's wishes are followed. If you suspect the executor is not performing his or her duties, here is what you need to know. Can the Executor Be Removed? Depending on the circumstances, it might be possible to have the executor removed. Read More