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If you need to go to court, then you certainly want to hire a good attorney to represent you and plead your case in front of a judge. But what if you have a disagreement with a company or another person that has not yet escalated to being a legal matter? It can still beneficial to hire an attorney. They can work as a mediator or arbitrator, helping the two parties to come to an agreement outside of the court room. We think more people deserve to know about the in-court and out-of-court services that general attorneys offer, which is why we founded this website.

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Reasons Why Social Security Disability Benefits Are Denied
10 May 2022

The Social Security Administration turns down a la

A Will Attorney: 3 Critical Things You Need To Do When Writing A Will
30 March 2022

Estate planning is unarguably one of those unexcit

What Is Marital Abandonment And What Does It Mean For Your Divorce?
17 February 2022

When you file for divorce, you don't necessarily h

Why Unstable Cargo Loads Are Often The Cause Of A Commercial Truck Accident
6 January 2022

While the truck driver is the most likely individu

3 Key Things A Disability Attorney Will Handle For You
18 November 2021

Any restriction that affects your lifestyle and pr

Reasons Why Social Security Disability Benefits Are Denied

The Social Security Administration turns down a large percentage of disability claims every year. Those who are denied SSD benefits must file an appeal. However, the process of an appeal may take up to two years. Here are some reasons your SSD benefits may be denied. Earning Too Much Income One of the main reasons you may be denied SSD benefits is if you are above the limit known as substantial gainful activity (SGA). Read More 

A Will Attorney: 3 Critical Things You Need To Do When Writing A Will

Estate planning is unarguably one of those unexciting topics, and that's why most people avoid it. They actually don't want to imagine they will die and leave behind everything they worked so hard to get. However, it's good to take estate planning issues seriously. For instance, it's important to write a will because it helps resolve disputes and ensure a smooth administration of your estate. Unfortunately, most people don't prioritize writing a will, despite owning various assets and a vast estate. Read More 

What Is Marital Abandonment And What Does It Mean For Your Divorce?

When you file for divorce, you don't necessarily have to show a reason. All states offer filers the option to file for a no-fault divorce in which no real reason is necessary. However, you might want to cite reasons in some cases and abandonment can be grounds for a fault divorce. To learn what this ground is as well as what it is not, read on. Understanding Abandonment In marital terms, abandonment is when a party removes themselves from the marital home without a valid reason. Read More 

Why Unstable Cargo Loads Are Often The Cause Of A Commercial Truck Accident

While the truck driver is the most likely individual to be considered responsible for a truck accident, the actual culprit could be the warehouse where the load originally came from. The load needs to be properly secured on the back of the truck or else various problems might arise and some of these problems might lead to a truck accident. Overloaded Trucks and Spilled Cargo Improper loads can lead to truck accidents in one of two different ways. Read More 

3 Key Things A Disability Attorney Will Handle For You

Any restriction that affects your lifestyle and prevents you from contributing to society can stress you. If you suffer from some sort of physical or mental condition, you might have to go through the legal process to receive benefits and treatment for your illness. The Social Security Administration has a disability benefits program that provides financial assistance to people with disabilities. Disability attorneys handle a variety of legal issues, including Social Security benefits and other state or federal programs designed to protect the rights of people with disabilities. Read More