3 Quirky Instances You Need an Auto Accident Attorney

Posted on: 1 October 2021

An auto accident experience can be overwhelming, painful, and confusing. For example, if you involve in a severe crash, chances are you'll suffer physical and mental injuries. If you're like many accident victims, you may wonder how you should move forward. Should you hire an auto accident lawyer to represent you throughout the case? The simple answer is yes and for a reason. Getting represented by a lawyer can determine the amount of compensation you receive because they will do everything to fight for your rights. [Read More]

3 Reasons To Hire A Lawyer After A Job Site Accident

Posted on: 21 July 2021

Many jobs require employees to work in situations that put them at risk for injury. Whether you are working in an industrial job surrounded by heavy machinery, or your job is something more pedestrian, the possibility of injury always exists. In the event that you are hurt on the job, you may be entitled to workers' compensation. That said, not every claim is automatically successful. For a chance at getting fair compensation, it is smart to contact a lawyer who can advise you moving forward. [Read More]

Stages Of The Social Security Disability Appeals Process

Posted on: 8 December 2020

When you are denied your SSDI claim, you'll want to contact a Social Security Disability lawyer as soon as possible so you can increase the odds that your claim will ultimately be accepted. Fortunately, you will have several levels of appeals you can go through to make sure that you receive the benefits you need. Reconsideration The first step is to go online and file a request for reconsideration. Then, your claim will be reviewed by someone who did not play a role in the original determination. [Read More]

Can A Swatting Incident Lead To A Wrongful Death Case?

Posted on: 15 May 2020

The police are trained to treat any individual as a potential threat in a hostage situation, especially those who are a part of a swat team. Unfortunately, an individual might not cooperate with the police or may make sudden movements and cause the police to believe that the individual is reaching for a gun. While these situations are tragic, some are sparked by a prank known as "swatting." Pranks that lead to the death of an individual can be a justification for a wrongful death lawsuit. [Read More]