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Before You Spend Your Auto Accident Settlement, Make Sure Everyone Has Been Paid

If you have been injured in an auto accident which was not your fault, you are probably entitled to a financial settlement from the at fault driver's insurance company. You may quickly start making plans on how you are going to spend your windfall. Unfortunately, you may want to slow your roll. You will quickly find out that the total amount of the settlement will not all be coming your way. Read More 

4 Mistakes Truck Drivers Make That Can Lead To An Accident

Collisions with large trucks can be devastating, especially for people driving cars or motorcycles. If you were recently struck by a truck and were left injured, you have the right to sue for the damages you incurred. To do this, you must hire a truck accident attorney, and one of the main things he or she will do is look for mistakes made by the truck driver or trucking company. Here are four things truck drivers do that can lead to major accidents, and your attorney will use this information to pursue a large settlement for you. Read More 

Trucking Accidents: Who’s Not Looking Out For You

It would stand to reason that government formed to be "of the people, by the people, for the people" should be trusted to take care of its people. New York city's former mayor, after all, proposed mandatory portion control on sodas deemed unhealthy for us. In 2011, the USDA proposed a reduction in the amount of potatoes our kids eat in their school lunches (at the estimated taxpayer expense of 3. Read More 

Navigating The Three-Step Process Of Applying For Social Security Disability Payments

Illness or injury can destroy your life in more ways than just the obvious. It's difficult enough to deal with a disability that prevents you from working, but when your social security disability claim is denied as well, your future can feel hopeless indeed. It doesn't have to stay this way, however. Thanks to the services offered by social security attorneys, you can get the help and support that's due you when an illness or injury prevents you from holding down a steady job. Read More 

Should You Worry About Your Disability Benefits Being Cut?

If you're a current recipient of Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits, you may have heard news reports predicting an up to 20 percent involuntary reduction in benefits beginning in late 2016. This date is when the SSD trust fund is calculated to become insolvent, and recipients will have no "emergency fund" of benefits, relying only on what is withheld through payroll taxes. If another recession hits, benefits could be cut even further as wages (and FICA taxes) fall. Read More