2020

After A Work Injury: Staying Home And Healing

If you have been hurt in a work-related accident, you may be entitled to a number of benefits, depending on your location. In most cases, though, workers who have an approved claim can expect to be paid for their medical expenses and a wage replacement benefit too. Read on to find out more about the wage replacement benefit. Recuperating At Home Not all workplace injuries will include a lot of time away from work. Read More 

Top Reasons You Should Hire A Probate Lawyer

It's not an easy time when a loved one passes on and you now have to deal with their estate. This could mean performing the executor's duties and distributing your loved one's assets in the manner the will states. It could also mean dealing with angry relatives who believe they were shortchanged in the will. It's hard to deal with these legal issues on your own and you might want to consider hiring a probate attorney to help you through it. Read More 

The Facts Of Your Personal Injury Case

If you have been injured in a car accident, you may be entitled to certain damages. With a car accident, damages often include the repair or payment for a wrecked vehicle, medical treatment costs, wages from a job, and more. When seeking compensation, you may come across the term "facts of the case". This aspect of a legal case can determine how much you receive, when you receive it, and whether you are paid anything at all. Read More 

Expert Help with Your Social Security Situation

It can be devastating for workers when they are unable to work at their jobs due do a medical condition. Along with the depressing loss of a job comes a loss of income. The Social Security Administration (SSA) provides some former workers with a monthly benefit to help offset income losses from a job, but benefits are hard to get. Fortunately, workers in need of help with Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) have a valuable form of support available to them with no need for upfront fees. Read More 

What’s The Point Of An Attorney During An Uncontested Divorce?

Paying for uncontested divorce attorney services can seem a little odd. Unless you and your former partner have nothing to split up in terms of assets, debts, and child custody, though, there are some pretty good reasons to hire counsel. Let's look at 5 of the best arguments for getting an uncontested divorce attorney. Making Sure the Paperwork Is Right The odds that two people working without counsel are going to file the right paperwork and fill it out properly are pretty low. Read More