Can An Employer Retaliate For Making A Claim For Workers Compensation?

Were you injured while on the job and want to make a claim for workers compensation, but fear that your job could be in jeopardy for doing so? Unfortunately, this may be a reality without federal laws designed to protect employees when making claims. State laws may be in your favor though, which why it is so important to know what your options are when an employer retaliates against you for claiming benefits you deserve. [Read More]

2 Things To Do In A Custody Fight

If you have been divorced and have primary custody of your child and your spouse wants custody or more visitation, it can be a very difficult time for you. If that happens, you are going to need to have some legal representation. If you try to go to court on your own, you can end up not winning your case. That doesn't mean that there aren't things that you can do to help your case, even before you get a lawyer. [Read More]

What To Do If Your VA Claim Is Being Ignored

Veterans Affairs (VA) system problems aren't just rumors. There's no shortage of confirmed scandals involving healthcare and claim system mismanagement, which only gives credence to past anecdotes. There's always a new policy or speech about it, but even if you want to change the entire system, you should be working on your personal claim at the same time. Multitasking isn't that hard in this case, so consider a few ways to protect your appeal rights while bringing the VA closer to accountability. [Read More]

How To Get Through The Social Security Disability Application Process With Ease With An Attorney

Applying for, and waiting for a final decision on, social security disability can be a long and daunting process. This is just one of the reasons why you will want to hire a social security disability attorney to help you along the way. After all, it would be terrible to go through all of that just to find that you accidentally made a crucial error that damaged your chances of being approved for the social security benefits that you deserve. [Read More]