Should I File for Bankruptcy?

While filing for bankruptcy can provide a “clean slate” and a way to rebuild your financial future, filing for bankruptcy is not always the only option – or even the best option. Here are several points to consider if you’re thinking about filing for bankruptcy. What Are Your Goals? First,…READ MORE

How Much is My Personal Injury Case Worth?

When considering whether to pursue a personal injury case, you may wonder what your claim is worth. Since the value of your claim will be at the center of any negotiations, it can be helpful to understand how a dollar amount is placed on an injury claim. In a personal…READ MORE

When Do I Need a Lawyer for My Personal Injury Claim?

Even a seemingly straightforward personal injury claim is subject to complex legal rules and procedures – as well as the rules and deadlines set by insurance companies. Working with a lawyer can help you ensure you meet deadlines, follow the rules, and pursue the full and fair compensation you deserve.…READ MORE

What Happens If My Uber or Lyft Driver Has An Accident?

The saying goes, “There’s an app for that” and it applies to many things that once were not able to be done at the press of a button. One of the more convenient advances in technology are apps that allow you to get transportation at the touch of a button.…READ MORE

What Are The Different Types of Bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy is defined as a “legal proceeding in which an individual who cannot pay his or her bills can get a fresh financial start.” All bankruptcy cases are handled in federal court and filing for bankruptcy immediately halts those seeking to collect debts from you until your debts are sorted…READ MORE

How Social Media Can Affect Social Security Disability

In today’s day and age, virtually everything is available online. Want to connect with an old friend? Log in to Facebook. Interested in staying up-to-date with the day’s news? Follow a news account on Twitter. Want to quickly share a photo of your vacation with friends and family? Put it…READ MORE

What is SSDI?

It may seem like an intimidating acronym but SSDI really is not. SSDI stands for Social Security Disability Insurance. According to the National Academy of Social Insurance, “Social Security Disability Insurance pays monthly benefits to workers who are no longer able to work due to a significant illness or impairment…READ MORE

What to Do If Your Workers’ Comp Claim is Denied

You have unfortunately suffered an injury while at work, resulting in you not being able to work like you used to. Your first step was notifying your employer’s insurance company of the injury in the hopes of being granted workers’ compensation. Unfortunately, your workers’ comp has been denied, which can…READ MORE

When to Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer

Have you recently suffered an injury because of the negligence of someone else? Are you struggling to get back to your day-to-day routine as you deal with recovery? Are the medical bills piling up as you cannot even make it back to work? If the answer to any of the…READ MORE