Maximizing The Chance Of An Accepted Workers’ Compensation Claim After A Denial

When someone gets injured on the job and the injury leads to a situation where the person is no longer able to perform their job safely, they may file for workers' compensation to make up for the monetary loss. Filing for workers' compensation does not automatically mean you will be accepted to receive payments. Many people will be denied, requiring steps to be taken to convince the workers' compensation board that the claim is just. Here are a few tips you can use to help maximize the chance of acceptance if you are initially denied benefits after the first application is filed. Read More 

3 Reasons Your Prenuptial Agreement Might Not Be Enforceable During Your Divorce

If your spouse has requested a divorce and there is a prenuptial agreement in place, you may want to talk to a divorce attorney quickly. While prenuptial agreements are legal, there is a chance something on the agreement might be void or invalid. The only way you will know this is by letting a divorce attorney read it over. Here are three common parts of prenuptial agreements that may not hold up in court. Read More 

What Damages Can Be Claimed In A Personal Injury Case?

When a person is injured due to the negligence of another, it often warrants a personal injury lawsuit. However, what many people may not know is that there are more than just physical damages that can be claimed in a personal injury case. Even if a person is not physically injured, there may be other reasons that they feel they have been wrongfully treated by another party. These are some of the damages that a person can request to be compensated for in a persona injury case. Read More 

3 Things You Need For A Medical Negligence Case

If you have been wronged by a medical professional, you might be considering filing a lawsuit against them. A lawsuit can be a great way to get restitution and send a clear message that this kind of treatment is unacceptable. However, just because you had a poor experience with a doctor doesn't mean that you have grounds for a lawsuit. Here are a couple things you need to know about medical negligence. Read More 

What’s The Difference Between Chapter 7 And Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

If you're thinking about filing for bankruptcy, it can be helpful to learn about the different types of bankruptcy and what the difference is between them. These frequently asked questions and answers will help you understand the difference between chapter 7 and chapter 13 bankruptcy. What's the difference between chapter 7 and chapter 13 bankruptcy? Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a form of bankruptcy wherein the debtor asks the court to forgive his or her debts. Read More