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When and How to file a Social Security Appeal

You applied for Social Security Disability and you just got your notice in the mail that you didn’t qualify for benefits; now what? The first …

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What do I do if I’m involved in a tour bus accident or sustain an injury while sightseeing?

Any vehicular accident can be extremely scary and unsettling for individual. Due to the increased potential number of injured passengers, bus accidents can be particularly …

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13 Questions to Ask About Workers' Compensation Coverage

Most people picture someone who needs workers’ compensation as a person who gets injured on a construction site. Maybe they see a lineman for the …

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Summer is finally here, and plenty of us are planning vacations and trips. Road trips for families are a fantastic way to see the country, …

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Tips for Teaching a Teenager to Drive

Every parent anticipates many long-awaited milestones in their child’s life — learning to ride a bike, going to kindergarten, graduating from high school, going off …

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When Should I Talk to a Disability Lawyer?

You’d like to work, but with your medical condition, it just isn’t possible. It’s not always an easy decision to file for social security disability …

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Proving Negligence in An Accidental Drowning Case

Swimming and summer just go together. But too often, if proper safety precautions are not taken, an afternoon at the pool, beach or lake can …

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Your Guide to Child Passenger Safety

Choosing the right car seat for your child can feel overwhelming. So many different car seats exist — how do you know which one will …

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Medical Malpractice: When to Settle and When to Sue

Medical Malpractice: When to Settle and When to Sue

When you visit a doctor, dentist or another medical professional for care and treatment, you are putting a considerable amount of trust in that individual …

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