Do You Need Legal Help For Your Workers' Comp Claim?

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When workers get hurt on the job, their employer’s insurance covers them in most cases. Sometimes, things go wrong and instead of coverage, you get a denial. With an approval, hurt workers can get partial wages and medical care. Without it, their jobs may be put in jeopardy and they can find themselves burdened with medical bills. In some cases, workers may need to go the extra mile and seek legal help for their workers’ compensation claims.…

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Understanding Your Social Security Lump Sum Payment

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If you are unable to work at your job because of a medical problem, you may qualify for Social Security disability pay. Most people know about the extensive wait for benefits to begin, but the Social Security Administration (SSA) has provisions in place to help alleviate the negative financial effects caused by being out of work for a long time. Read on to learn more about the Social Security lump sum payment, also known as back pay.…

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4 DUI Defenses That Lawyers Typically Use

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Presenting a defense after you’ve been accused by the police of driving under the influence can be challenging. There are, however, four arguments that a DUI attorney might make to try to get you off the hook. Equipment Fault The top argument that a DWI defense attorney is likely to deploy is that something was wrong with the equipment that was used to detect blood-alcohol levels. This typically calls for demanding that the police produce logs showing that the equipment has been regularly tested and maintained.…

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