What Represents a Fair Settlement for an Auto Accident?

Posted on: 11 July 2017

After you're involved in a vehicle accident, you'll typically receive a settlement offer from the auto insurance company responsible for paying your damages and losses. One of the major challenges you'll face when you receive this proposal is determining whether it is a decent one or a low-ball offer that doesn't actually fully compensate you. Here are three issues you should look at to help you decide if the settlement offer you get is fair.
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How To Determine If It Is Worth Retaining A Personal Injury Attorney

Posted on: 4 July 2017

If you have been injured in an accident, and it was no fault of your own, you might want to think about the legal options that are available to you. Whether the accident happened while you were driving, walking in a store, or walking down a sidewalk, if your injuries are substantial enough, you might want to think about retaining a personal injury attorney. To help you understand if your injuries are indeed serious enough, you will want to check out the following points.
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5 Common Reasons You Could Be Denied SSDI Or SSI Benefits

Posted on: 28 June 2017

For anyone in need of Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits, getting a rejection letter in the mail can be a deflating experience. But chances are you're not the only one - upwards to 65 percent of claims for SSDI and SSI are denied at the initial phase. There are plenty of reasons why your initial application for SSDI or SSI disability benefits could be denied, as explained below.
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3 Reasons To Consider Changing Your Custody Agreement

Posted on: 24 June 2017

If you currently have joint custody of your children and there has been a change in circumstances, you may be wondering if it's time to amend your custody agreement. After all, sometimes changes can adversely affect your children. Here are three examples of when it may be appropriate to consider changes in your custody agreement. The other parent has lost their job If the other parent has lost their job, you may be concerned about their ability to keep a roof over your children's heads.
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