People offer many reason for not wanting to hire an attorney to handle their case. Sometimes they think it will cost too much; others believe they can negotiate a settlement themselves; and still oth
It can help improve your chances of having your application approved the first time through, potentially saving you months of financial hardship while your application slowly makes it way through the
Over the past ten years, 53% of all disability claims, on average, were denied. Only 28% of initial disability claims were approved. On appeal, an average of 3% of claims were approved at the recons
Timeliness and completeness of your initial applicaiton are both very important. It is equally important that you promptly respond to any request by the SSA of Disability Determination Services dept.
The Social Security Administration does not require you to be represented unless your appeal reaches the fourth states (federal court). At that time, you will be required to have an attorney represe
The first steps immediately following an accident in the workplace are more critical than most people realize. Many people worry about talking to their boss about the accident. Many accident victims
Part of receiving a winning settlement is having the confidence that you receive everything to which you are entitled. Now that you know when a winning settlement looks like, it is important to also
There are many steps you can take that will help to protect your rights in an injury case. Don't Delay Medical Treatment We get calls daily from clients that waited too long to seek medical treatment.
Many people start their search by asking relatives or friends for a referral. Typically the attorney they recommended will be great at handling real estate closings or writing Wills. If they have l
For many individuals, this is the first time they have ever hired an attorney. In addition, to dealing with the stress from the accident, they now are uncertain what to expect in this attorney/client