2020

How Immigration Attorneys Help When Green Cards Are Denied

Love is often unpredictable and many people find their match in another country or in the form of somebody working in America on a visa. And getting married and receiving a green card is a huge part of this process. However, these green card applications may be rejected if the officials do not believe that the marriage is legitimate. And while scary, this situation isn’t impossible to manage with the help of an immigration attorney.


3 Main Issues to Address in Your Estate Plan

Estate planning is a process you use to prepare for your death. While this sounds slightly morbid, it is an essential step to take. Preparing for your death does not mean that you live in fear and expect to die today. Instead, it is simply a way to prepare for three vital things your family must address after you die. Here are the three main issues to address as you create your estate plan.


Top Disputes That May Arise During the Settlement for Your Car Accident Claim

Car accidents are a leading cause of both fatal and non-fatal injuries in the United States. Statistics from the CDC indicate that every year, over three million people are non-fatally injured in car-related accidents. Unfortunately, not everyone who gets hurt after a car crash gets full compensation for their injuries. During settlement, several disputes may arise, which can cause a claim to be denied or adjusted downwards.  For you to receive full compensation for your injuries, you should prepare for disputes so you can adequately counter them.


Three Ways An Attorney Can Help You With A Divorce From Your Estranged Husband

As a woman, there are likely many reasons you want a divorce from your spouse, but if your spouse is no longer living with you and you are estranged from him, you need to consult with an attorney. It is one thing to not be on speaking terms, but when you no longer have a convenient line of communication because he is living elsewhere, an attorney can help in many ways.


The Problems You May Run Into When Filing For Workers' Compensation

Do you have an injury that was caused by performing the required responsibilities of your job? If so, you likely feel that you have a right to use workers’ compensation to receive compensation so that you do not have to pay for your medical bills or lost wages. Here are some problems that you can run into when trying to use workers’ compensation. The Doctor Doesn’t Attribute The Injury To Your Job


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.


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.