Personal Injury Blog

What to Do When You Are Denied Disability January 19, 2018

Every year, millions of people attempt to file for disability each year. However, only 30 percent of people are approved for disability the first time that they apply for it. Many people are denied disability because they do not have enough medical evidence to support their claim. You have to be able to prove that…

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Legal Assistance for Those in Need of Workers’ Compensation January 12, 2018

The workers’ compensation program is designed to provide financial assistance to those who have suffered occupational injuries or illnesses. Unfortunately, many who apply for it are often denied assistance for a variety of reasons. Those who have been unfairly treated by the system will need proper legal representation to help them obtain the compensation that…

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How You Know it’s Time for the Blue Book: Social Security Benefits January 5, 2018

Social Security Disability benefits are for people who have a disability that prevents them from working. The lack of income can create a financial crisis. Social Security Disability benefits are designed to help people make ends meet. There are several reasons that you should consider applying for Social Security Disability Benefits: You Have a Severe…

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Whoops! How to File a Personal Injury Claim December 31, 2017

By far, the largest number of personal injury claims involve car, motorcycle, bicycle and pedestrian accidents. Coming in second would be premises liability injuries when somebody is injured by a dangerously defective condition on real estate that’s owned or occupied by somebody else. The overwhelming majority of personal injury cases are settled out of court….

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What to Do After a Car Accident December 27, 2017

You’ve just been in a car accident off Highway 190. Your nerves are rattled, and you’re not sure what to do. Follow the three C’s to make sure you’re taken care of now and in the future: 1. Check for safety – Look around and make sure you are in a safe place. Do not…

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