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Depression And Social Security Disability: What You Need To Know

23 July 2015
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Depression has become increasingly common amongst Americans, as some 14.8 million people suffer from its debilitating effects. Trying to hold a job and provide for your family while depressed can be an almost overwhelming challenge. If you are unable to work at your job because of your depression, you may be able to qualify for monetary benefits from the Social Security Administration. Here's what you need to know about depression and collecting Social Security benefits. Read More …

What You Need To Know About Wrongful Death Suits

22 July 2015
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The sudden death of a loved one is a devastating experience. If you lost a loved one in an accident, you may be wondering if you can pursue legal action. Some accidents that end in death are categorized as wrongful deaths. A wrongful death occurs when a person dies because of negligence or misconduct of another person or entity. Surviving family members may be able to sue if a wrongful death occurred. Read More …

I Got Into An Car Accident With A Pedestrian. Am I Automatically At Fault?

21 July 2015
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When operating a motor vehicle, you must always drive with caution when you are around pedestrians. That said, pedestrians are not always faultless in an accident situation. It's possible that a pedestrian can be responsible for causing an accident under the right circumstances, and they will actually owe you for the damages to your car. Here is what you need to know about pedestrian accidents while driving. Your Duty of Care As A Driver Read More …

What Is a VA Service-Connected Injury?

20 July 2015
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When leaving the military and filing an injury or condition claim for Veterans Affairs (VA) disability, the term "service-connected" appears a lot in the process. The term involves injuries that were caused by military service, but there are many other details that could qualify your condition or make approval harder. If you've been denied, don't quit; take the time to understand the service-connected test and how to maintain your appeals for approval and increased disability ratings. Read More …

What You Should Understand As A Victim Of False Imprisonment

16 July 2015
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Whether you were held by law enforcement, an acquaintance, or a business owner accusing you of theft, if you are a victim of personal injury that stems from false imprisonment, you have rights that you should understand. False imprisonment is a personal injury claim that falls under the category of an intentional act. If you may feel that you suffered from an intentional act of false imprisonment from a source that was not authorized to do so, you should understand what qualifies the claim and how you should proceed. Read More …