Documents You Must Provide When Applying for Social Security Disability Benefits

2 November 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits are often denied if applicants do not provide enough information. If you're in this position, you will need to include information about your work history and medical condition. To maximize your chances of approval, consider speaking to a Social Security Disability law attorney for advice. Important Work Information to Provide The Social Security Administration (SSA) will need to know about the amount of money that you earned this year and last year. Read More 

2 Things to Take to a Personal Injury Attorney to Help With Your Worker’s Comp Claim

7 October 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you get injured at work, you may be entitled to worker's compensation. You may have a hard time getting that worker's compensation, which is where a personal injury attorney comes in. They can help you get what you are entitled to, and may even be able to help you get more than you thought you would. That's because personal injury attorneys are going be much more familiar with the worker's comp law than you are, and they will be able to tell you precisely what you may be able to get compensation for. Read More 

Your Car Accident Might Make You Eligible For Workers’ Compensation

4 September 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you are involved in a car accident, you might believe that your car insurance provider will be responsible for paying for your injuries and the damage done to your car. However, if your accident occurred while you were at work, you may actually be entitled to workers' compensation benefits.  Car Accidents That Occur While On the Job If you are performing a delivery, visiting a client, or performing any other task that is relevant to your job, you may be entitled to compensation from your employer for your injuries. Read More 

Mistake Of Fact In Criminal Defense

31 July 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

Defending yourself in court can be difficult when you face criminal charges. It is already intimidating to be in a position where you have to defend your actions to a group of people or else face strict consequences, like jail time. But what happens when you didn't even realize that you committed a crime? In this case, you might have a "mistake of fact" defense on your hands. This guide will help you better understand this kind of defense and how it is used in court. Read More 

How To Sell Your House Through A Lease To Own Deal

28 May 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

There are times when people cannot find buyers for their homes, yet these individuals may need to move. To avoid having two mortgage payments to make, people in this situation sometimes turn to lease to own deals. You should consider this option if you want to avoid having two mortgages but cannot find a buyer. Selling through a lease to own deal is an alternative way to sell a house and will require a real estate attorney, but it can be a smart idea. Read More