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  • Don't Go Alone: Getting Legal Support for Your Social Security Disability Appeal


    The process of applying for Social Security Disability is long and arduous, and, sometimes, after all the paperwork, anxiety, and a long wait, you end up disappointed. Getting denied benefits is quite common, but the situation is understandable when you consider how easy it is to make mistakes on your application or fail to provide the Social Security Administration (SSA) with the needed proof and documentation for your medical condition. The important point to keep in mind is that the denial should simply be considered a necessary step in the right direction.
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  • Shocking Infromation About What Could Happen To Your Trucking Accident Case


    Were you involved in an accident with a semi-truck? If so, you likely got injured. Very few people walk away from these types of accidents unscathed. Many do not live to tell their side of the story. You are most likely worried because issues such as medical bills and lost time from work or other meaningful activities, as a result of a truck accident, can take a toll on most people.
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  • Clothing Exceptions: Legal Considerations For Employers


    Although the authority to set dress codes for your employees belongs to you, you should understand the rules of what can and cannot be be considered discriminatory in the eyes of the law. You are free to institute your own guidelines in some instances. For example, maybe you have instituted a rule to allow casual Friday or open toed shoes for women. The following are some things all employers should know about clothing exceptions when it comes to the law.
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  • Three Questions to Help Workers Seek Damages for Construction-Site Injuries


    How do construction workers get damages when injured at a construction site? The answer to this question depends on several factors that determine if you can file a personal-injury claim, workers compensation claim, or both. If you are suffering from such an injury, consider these three questions to help you gauge which claim to file. What Were You Doing? If you were working at the time of your fall, then you are entitled to workers compensation benefits.
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  • Charged With A DUI In Kentucky? Here's What You Need To Know


    All it takes is just one drink more than you should have and getting caught behind the wheel could mean serious problems. Being charged with driving while you are under the influence is a serious ordeal that could affect every aspect of your life. DUI laws can vary from state to state when it comes to what degree the charge could affect you. In the state of Kentucky, there are a few things you should know if you are facing a recent DUI charge.
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  • Don't Understand What Your Lawyer Is Doing? Take These Measures To Remedy The Situation


    In most cases, hiring a lawyer is the best way to resolve a legal dispute. However, once the lawyer starts working on your case, it's possible that you might be concerned with some of its (the case's) aspects or progress. For example, you may think that the case is moving slowly, you are losing the case, or the costs are escalating. Whether or not these are mere perceptions or realities, it's important to get to the route of the problem.
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  • 4 Steps to Take after Being Injured on the Job


    Employers are typically required to carry worker's compensation insurance to cover the medical expenses and lost wages of an employee who is injured on the job. But in order to qualify for worker's compensation, you must follow protocol. If you're hurt at work, take the following steps. Notify Your Supervisor After being injured at work, it is important that you notify your supervisor as soon as possible. Your supervisor should fill out an accident report that outlines the details of how you were injured as well as the date and time of the injury.
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  • FAQ About Suing For A Brain Injury After A Collision


    Did a collision lead to you getting a brain injury that has changed your life in a drastic way? As long as you are not the one that caused the collision, you have the right to sue the other party for what you are going through. You must keep in mind that there are some brain injury symptoms that can develop long after the accident, so getting money for treatment is in your best interest.
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  • 3 Signs That You Should Hire An Attorney In An HOA Dispute


    A homeowner's association can be a great thing. It can help ensure that your neighborhood is kept up properly and can protect property values. However, in some cases, homeowners find themselves in disputes with their homeowner's associations. Luckily, in these situations, a real estate attorney can help you. These are a few signs that you may need to hire an attorney to assist with your HOA dispute. 1. The HOA Is Accusing You Of Breaching Rules That You Haven't Breached
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  • Pros And Cons Of Lump Sum Alimony


    If you are in the process of getting a divorce, then you and your divorce attorney have probably discussed giving or receiving alimony payments. You might be aware that you can give or get alimony each month, but you are probably not aware that the option is available to receive or give all your alimony payments up front and forgo monthly payments. Doing this is called lump sum alimony and it might be right for you.
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