3 Important Reasons To Use Estate Planning Services

Posted on: 8 January 2018

Have you been giving thought to your last wishes? Are you finally getting ready to put everything down into writing so that your friends and family will know what to do when the time comes? Whether you're completely sure how you want everything to be divided up or you're still making last minute changes, it's not always easy to put your last wishes into written form. In fact, even if you know exactly how everything should be distributed, it's a good idea to consult with a professional regarding how things should be.
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Shoulder Injuries: Are You Eligible For Workers' Compensation Benefits?

Posted on: 5 December 2017

If you injure your shoulder on the job, you should apply for workers' compensation benefits as soon as you can. But if your employer refuses to acknowledge or report your injury, speak to an attorney. Regardless of how you injured your shoulder, you may still be entitled to workers' comp benefits. Here's why you qualify for workers' compensation benefits and what you can do to get them. What Are Your Employer's Responsibilities?
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Two Reasons Passengers May Not Collect Damages In An Auto Accident

Posted on: 5 November 2017

When you're a passenger in an auto accident, you have just as much a right to collect compensation for your injuries as the driver. Unfortunately, there are some things that can prevent you from doing so. Here are two things that can affect the success of your accidents case and what, if anything, you can do about them: You're Married to the Liable Party A common reason a passenger may be barred from collecting damages for an accident is that he or she is married to the person who caused the accident.
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4 Common Mistakes To Avoid When Applying For Social Security

Posted on: 6 October 2017

One of the ways to get compensation for an injury you may have at some point in life is by filling out an application and giving it to your social security department. Hopefully this will enable you to be compensated on a monthly basis and allow you to get your bills paid. However, there are a number of reasons this may not happen because of mistakes you've made during this process.
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