3 Things That You Shouldn't Do If Your Disability Claim Is Denied

Posted on: 2 February 2015
Getting approved for a disability claim that you need and deserve can be challenging, no matter how ill or injured you might be. If you have recently received a denial of your request to receive disability benefits, you could think that there's no way that you'll ever get the financial assistance that you need. However, there are actions that you can take to successfully reapply, but you have to make sure that you don't jeopardize your case.
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Why You Still Need An Attorney In A Collaborative Divorce Process

Posted on: 27 January 2015
If you have chosen a collaborative divorce, then it means that you are so friendly with your partner, are likely to agree on everything, and do not need a lawyer, right? Wrong! Collaborative divorce just means that you have decided to avoid the uncertainties of the courtroom, but you still have to work within the confines of the law. Moreover, you also need to protect your legal rights, so you need a lawyer to:
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3 Common Mistakes People Make While Going Through A Divorce

Posted on: 20 January 2015
Going through a divorce can be very stressful. Many people make costly mistakes that only complicate the divorce further and make it harder. This is why if you are going through a divorce it is important that you avoid some of these common mistakes. 1. Continue Using Joint Accounts Even if you are in the process of a divorce, you should close your joint bank accounts and start a separate one in your name only.
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Festival And Fair Rides Gone Awry: Why You Should Hire A Wrongful Death Attorney ASAP

Posted on: 12 January 2015
Rides at carnivals, festivals and fairs are part of the attraction for most people who attend them, but there is a dark side to these things, too. Although the incidence rate is low, you could still be a victim of ride injuries or someone you know could suffer a fatality. The most unfortunate thing about these injuries and fatalities is trying to prove who is at fault, since it is very difficult to locate ride witnesses long after the incident happened.
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