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Losing Your Social Security Benefits

If you have already been approved for Social Security Disability benefits, the challenge is only partially over. To continue to receive those monthly payments, you may be periodically asked to undergo more evaluations. Some medical conditions do improve, and the Social Security Administration (SSA) needs to ensure that benefits go only to those unable to work at their jobs. Part of their checks on your condition involve a Continuing Disability Review (CDR), so read on to learn more about what a CDR could mean to your ability to collect benefits.   Read More...

Personal Injury Attorney: 4 Tips For Getting A Good Settlement

After being in an accident, you'll probably need to file a personal injury claim. These claims help cover the costs incurred from the accident. If you don't know how to go about maximizing your claim, don't worry. With these four tips, you'll be well on your way a good settlement: 1. Go To All Medical Appointments It is important that you go to every single medical-related appointment you have. Even if you begin to feel better, make sure you attend these appointments.   Read More...

Four Kinds Of Hit And Run Accidents And What You Can Sue For In Each Instance

People often assume that a hit and run accident involves one car and driver hitting another car and driver and then driving off. While this is certainly one type of hit and run accident, there are actually a few more. The following shows the different types of hit and run accidents and what you can sue for in each instance (since not all hit and run accident compensation claims are the same).   Read More...

Simple Procedures Can Result In Complex Injuries: Proving Your Personal Injury Case

While you may think about medical malpractice as a complicated scenario, sometimes malpractice can happen in even the most mundane circumstances. You can get hurt during any routine medical procedure. If your injuries could have been easily prevented by following the right treatment protocol, you could have a personal injury lawsuit to file.You must be able to prove that your injuries were a direct result of the simple procedure, and you will be asked to show proof of your injuries and losses in order to be compensated.   Read More...

Who Can File A Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

For those that have recently lost a loved one, a wrongful death lawsuit might be able to give you the relief that you sorely need. Medical bills, funeral costs, and the future lost wages can add up to a huge economic loss, and while a lawsuit cannot bring back your loved one, it can help make those burdens much less severe. Unfortunately, filing a lawsuit can be a pretty complicated process, so you want to make sure that you have all your ducks in a row before diving in.   Read More...