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Wacky Celebrity Prenup Agreements

Prenuptial agreements (aka prenups), those written contracts that two people who are in love and plan to be married draft prior to the big day are big business in Hollywood. As they should be, with millions at stake and the high rate of celebrity divorce so popular in celebrity news, it makes sense for celebs […]

Driving Away from Car Accidents

  Driving away from the scene of a car accident is a crime, no matter the circumstances. Being in an accident can be scary, and the knee jerk reaction can easily be to drive away and avoid getting into any trouble. However, if you drive away from an accident you can find yourself stuck in […]

Future of Medicine Scholarship

At the Law Offices of Lisa Douglas, we understand the value of a good education.Attorney Lisa Douglas is not just a trusted Arkansas lawyer, she is also a licensed registered nurse. Her educational background has gotten her where she is today, and given her invaluable experience that she uses to represent Arkansas injury victims. The […]

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[vc_row margin_top=”10″ margin_bottom=”10″ padding_top=”0″ padding_bottom=”0″][vc_column][vc_column_text]Social Security Disability “How do I Receive Healthcare While Awaiting for Approval on My Social Security Case ?” It is not uncommon for a social security disability applicant to be without healthcare insurance.Because it is so important that you receive your treatment while you are waiting for your claim to be […]

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DON’T WRECK YOUR INJURY CLAIM ARKANSAS CAR ACCIDENT GUIDE DO YOU KNOW THE ANSWERS TO THESE QUESTIONS? Should I give a statement to anyone? Should I settle my claim right away? Should I sign all those forms from the insurance company? Should I receive treatment with the provider recommended by my attorney? FREE Consumer Guide […]

Do I Need An Attorney

You do not have to retain an attorney. Legal representation is not required for any portion of the Social Security Disability application process or the appeal to the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ). However, retaining an attorney at the beginning of your claims process could increase your chances of prevailing at the beginning of the process.