Making Up For Lost Time

Social Security Disability: Understanding The Process From Application To Appeal

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If you suddenly become disabled due to an injury or illness, you may find yourself unable to work. Essentially, you’re forced into taking early retirement, but without the help of a social security attorney, you may be minus the benefits that are generally awarded to retirees in America. If you’ve applied and been denied social security disability benefits, there are actions you can take to fight for what you feel is legally yours, and retaining the services of a social security lawyer is one of the most effective.…

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Alcohol And Fraternities -- Filing A Wrongful Death Lawsuit May Be Your Best Recourse When Things Go Terribly Wrong

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Fraternities have been in the news a lot recently – mostly for the wrong reasons. Behavior that was once widely accepted as just part of the fraternity experience is now being examined under a much harsher spotlight. From hazing to racist behavior to allegations of widespread rape, fraternities have had to seriously re-think the way they conduct themselves. Unfortunately, some fraternity – and sorority – chapters are still willing to risk it all.…

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5 Critical Things To Know Before Your Personal Injury Deposition

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If you’ve been injured and are bringing a personal injury claim forward for compensation, a deposition will be required. While a deposition can seem nerve wracking at first, knowing what to expect and how to prepare can make the entire process go much more smoothly. Here are 5 critical things to know before your personal injury deposition.  1. A Deposition Is Not a Conversation  A deposition is designed for the defendant’s attorney to have the opportunity to ask you questions and determine what you know about the accident.…

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