A Guide to Personal Injury Legalities

Tips To Minimize Personal Injury Liens

Liens can reduce your personal injury award significantly. Use these measures to minimize the reduction. Ensure the Validity of the Liens First, ensure that the liens on your personal injury settlement are all valid. For example, there are clear laws that define who can hold a lien against your settlement. Debt collection agencies, Medicare/Medicaid, and insurance companies are some of the parties who may have legitimate liens against your injury settlement.   Read More...

Collecting Workers' Compensation? 4 Situations You Need To Discuss With Your Attorney

If you've been injured on the job and you've applied for workers' compensation benefits, you need to hire an attorney immediately. Once you've hired an attorney, you need to be open and honest with them at all times. Your attorney will have a difficult time working on your legal case if they're caught off guard, especially where your activities are concerned. In addition to all the medical information you'll need to provide your attorney with, there's other information you'll also need to provide.   Read More...

How Legal Counsel Can Help When Facing A Traffic Ticket

At some point while driving on the road, you may get ticketed for an offense. It may be for speeding or parking in the wrong spot. If you're in this situation, getting help from a traffic ticket lawyer is a great idea. They can help you reach one of the following outcomes.  Reduce Ticket Costs You may not always be able to afford the costs of a traffic ticket. This is particularly true if the traffic ticket is severe.   Read More...

Alternate Ways to Be Approved for Social Security Disability

If you are unable to work at your job because of a medical condition, you may need Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. The Social Security Administration (SSA) only approves applicants who can demonstrate that they have a medical affliction that is severe enough to prevent them from working. This is easier said than done since the application process can be difficult and lengthy. Read on to learn about a few ways to get around the medical condition requirement.   Read More...

3 Ways A College Student Can Be Impacted By A Criminal Conviction

Being accused of committing a crime can be frightening. It's important that you seek the help of an experienced criminal law attorney to help you plead your case in court. This is especially true if you are currently attending a university or college, or if you plan to enroll in the near future. Most people know that a criminal conviction could result in fines and possible jail time, but few understand how a criminal conviction could impact the life of a college student.   Read More...