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A car smashed between two walls
Besides high medical bills, pain, and suffering, car accidents have long-term impacts on your overall quality of life. Physical and psychological injuries can take the form of severe health conditions that may affect your overall wellbeing and make simple everyday activities a challenge. Right after being injured in a car crash, reach out to a...
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A person with PTSD sitting on a chair
Motor vehicle accidents are one of the leading causes of post-traumatic stress disorder in the general population. If you’ve been in a car accident, you may have felt many things, including shock, denial, anger, nervousness, fear, or guilt. Forgetting about the incident can also seem impossible since you may feel like you can’t stop thinking about...
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A person wearing a seat belt in a car
Truck accidents can be quite devastating; even if you feel confident driving next to the heavy-duty vehicle on the road, you can never be too sure about your safety. Frequently, when a smaller vehicle collides with a truck, the result can be more gruesome than when two smaller vehicles crash. One driver’s negligence can lead...
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Fire fighters controlling fire caused by a left-turn crash
Left-turn crashes are some of the most gruesome accidents to occur on the road. When you’re behind the wheel, it may feel like everything is under control. But a moment of distraction can lead to a lifetime of regret. Even the most experienced drivers are super cautious while making left turns because they’re aware of...
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Inside the law office of Lisa Douglas
Seeking help from a social security disability attorney significantly increases your chances of getting approved for disability benefits. Being represented by the right legal counsel is always better than not having one. Right from the initial application to the administrative hearing—an attorney understands how to go about the case in the best possible way. After...
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Attorney discussing the next step with a client.
Going through the trial process is lengthy, difficult, and costly. It’s no surprise that many lawsuits end up getting settled out of court. Tort cases, like personal injury and negligence, have the highest settlement rates, along with contract cases, employee discrimination, and constitutional tort cases. A study conducted in Pennsylvania revealed that the settlement rate...
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Construction barriers on a road to prevent a car accident
In any auto accident, if a claim for compensation is filed; part of the legal process is determining who’s liable for the accident. Ideally, if there’s construction on the road, precautions taken by the local government agency, the construction company and the driver should work together to prevent an accident. However, if an accident occurs,...
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A social security benefits form for disability payments.
Social security disability applications are a complex process, that requires a lot of evidence-based documentation to prove disability. One of these metrics is the Disability Onset Date, or the DOD. The DOD is the date that the applicant in question met the requirements for disability that qualify for payments under social security disability. There are...
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An Addict Lights Up A Cigarette
While the law itself is a simple enough piece of text for those who commit their lives to study it, anyone closely involved knows that it’s a profound piece of literature. There are principles and ideas captured in the law that require a close eye for detail and the ability to abstract from it in...
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Bookshelf Containing Old Copies Of Legal Literature
It’s ironic that even though the Social Security Disability Law was created to make lives easier for the disabled, the bureaucratic red tape makes the application really difficult. While it’s simple enough to apply for benefits, you have to go through several application procedures before the state offers you payments based on your disability. Given...
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