How Your Work History Can Affect Your SSDI Benefits

1 December 2021
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As long as you meet the requirements, you are entitled to receive Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. However, it can be very difficult to meet these requirements, and your work history and your current line of work can affect whether you will receive SSDI benefits. If you are concerned about your claim being denied, the first person you should talk to is a Social Security Disability lawyer. Work Credits Read More 

Old Age Is Sometimes A Factor In An Auto Accident Injury Case

20 September 2021
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As we age, it can be more difficult to safely operate a vehicle. This is because of medical conditions that can arise as a result of old age. If you are involved in an accident in which the other party is a senior, one of these medical conditions might be an important factor in your personal injury case. Medical Conditions That Can Contribute to Accidents Some drivers are involved in accidents because they are not able to see as well as they age. Read More 

Truck Drivers Are Often Liable For Accidents Caused During Inclement Weather

7 July 2021
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Commercial truck drivers will often drive through rain, hail, sleet, and snow. While this might be unavoidable, driving through adverse weather conditions can be very dangerous and you might be involved in an accident that results from a commercial truck driver losing control during these conditions. If this is the case, the driver might still be at fault and you'll need help from a commercial vehicle accident attorney to resolve your case. Read More 

Have You Suffered a Work-Related Injury? Tips for Dealing With the Aftermath

7 June 2021
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Work-related injuries occur all too often and are not restricted to high-risk work sites, such as heavy construction or underwater demolition sites. In fact, those who work in controlled environments like offices, retail stores, and factories can also suffer injuries ranging from minor strains and bruises to serious accidents capable of causing lasting damage or even death.  According to a recent survey published by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, non-fatal occupational illnesses and injuries affected employees at an average rate of 2. Read More 

No-Fault Coverage: What Your No-Fault Insurance Attorney Should Tell You

19 May 2021
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Most people are familiar with such terms as no-fault insurance, while others may only come across them after being involved in car accidents. As the name suggests, no-fault insurance is a kind of auto insurance covering the medical bill in the case of an accident, regardless of who caused it.  The coverage was created to save on litigation expenses when two parties are trying to establish who among them was at fault. Read More