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Filing For Social Security Disability Benefits? 4 Steps To Avoid Complications During The Application Process

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If it’s time to file for social security disability benefits, you can avoid many of the common headaches by staying ahead of the game. When it comes to dealing with the Social Security Administration, it’s important to note that the representatives you’ll be working with have specific procedures that they need to follow. Those procedures are designed to make the process run smoother. You can help your end of the process run smoother by following your own specific procedures.…

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Fatherhood And Claiming Paternity

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If you’ve recently been notified that you are a father, you are likely reeling and confused, particularly if your relationship with the mom was “on-again, off-again.” You may have doubts about whether or not you are really the father, but want to do the right thing by the baby. Read on to learn why accepting claims of paternity without requiring proof could turn out to be a very bad move.…

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4 Things You May Not Know About Personal Injury Cases

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Personal injury cases should be filed for if you were injured by another driver, you were injured on someone’s property because of their negligence, or anytime you were injured due to the fault of another. Here are four things you may not know specifically about personal injury cases that you should know if you are ever deciding whether or not to file a claim: ​​Some Personal Injury Attorneys Work on a Contingency Basis: One reason people don’t hire a personal injury attorney when they need one is because they don’t believe they can afford the attorney fees.…

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How To Gauge The Strength Of An Injury Case During The Initial Legal Consultation

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The initial consultation with an accident lawyer can tell you a lot about your case. For example, after the consultation, you should know whether you have a strong or weak case. However, this is only possible if you ask or talk about the right things. Here are four topics of discussion that can help you gauge the strength of your case: Liability One of the first things your lawyer will want to know is who was at fault for the accident that caused your injuries.…

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Know About Swimming Pool Injury Liability

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With the warm weather of summer in full effect, many people jump in a pool to have fun. Unfortunately, pools are prone to personal injuries due to slippery surfaces. It might be a public swimming pool or one in a neighbor’s backyard if an injury occurs someone will be held liable for the damages sustained. If an injury happens to you, know the following information to understand who is liable.  …

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Four Common Custody Mistakes And How To Avoid These Happening To You

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While you might be making decisions for your future without your ex-spouse, custody arrangements are most likely set in stone. Part of your family’s new lifestyle might involve shared custody and all of the nuances that can come along with this. Here are four custody mistakes you should always try to avoid if possible. 1. Canceling Visits With Kids Depending on your schedule or custody arrangement, you should always make time with your children a number one priority.…

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Answering Common Questions About Divorcing

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The decision to start divorce proceedings can be a very difficult choice for a person to make. However, this can be essential for allowing yourself to move away from a failing or otherwise troubled marriage. While divorces can be common, there are many people that lack experience with this complex legal procedure. As a result, these individuals might need to have a few divorce questions addressed in order to make deciding on the best course of action easier.…

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Mail And Wire Fraud: How You Can Protect Your Deceased Spouse's Assets From It

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If someone contacts you through your personal email account asking you to send money for information regarding your late spouse’s financial accounts, contact an attorney for help. Mail and wire fraud is a growing concern today. The request for money or private information can occur electronically, such as through your email or over the telephone, or it can occur by snail mail. If you answer or respond to the fraudulent communications, you may lose your spouse’s assets, personal information, and other valuables.…

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Questions To Ask To Fight Your DUI

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If you have been stopped with a BAC that’s above the legal limit, you may think that it’s certain you will be charged with a DUI. However, there are several things that you and your DUI lawyer can do to refute the charge. Here are some questions to ask to help you build your case.  Was the Stop legal?  One thing that can help you get away from a DUI charge is if criminal law is on your side.…

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Social Security Disability: Qualifying for Benefits When You Have Cancer That Goes into Remission Periodically

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If you have been battling cancer and you have applied for social security disability benefits, you may be surprised to learn that benefits are not automatically approved. Even when you are unable to work and your medical treatment is extensive, the waiting period to receive benefits is five months. You begin receiving payments at the start of your sixth month of disability, which is determined by establishing an onset date. In general, the date you are diagnosed with cancer is the established onset date or EOD.…

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