Many veterans are unsure about the Veterans Affairs (VA) disability program. There are many misconceptions about the disability system, such as assuming wrongly that only combat injuries are eligible, or assuming that your income will be limited the same way that Social Security limits income. Both and more are untrue, and as you take a look at a few eligibility concerns, you can feel better about putting in as many claims as you want. [Read More]
Get More For Your Insurance Claim By Following These 3 Tips
Accidents happen more often than you think. You cannot predict when you are going to be involved in one. It can happen anytime, anyplace, often when you least expect it. As much as you cannot plan for an accident to happen, you can make sure you do what needs to be done afterwards to prevent losing out on money that you deserve. Here are a few mistakes you want to avoid at all costs. [Read More]
Processes You Must Go Through Before Receiving Your Workers' Compensation Benefits
Depending on your jurisdiction, reporting your injuries to your boss doesn't guarantee you workers' compensation benefits. You must go through certain processes before you can start receiving the benefits. Here are some of the mandatory processes you may have to go through: Filing with the Agency In some states, employers are responsible for filing workers' compensation claims on behalf of their employees. In other states, you have to make a separate filing directly to your state's workers' compensation agency. [Read More]
Are There Civil Law Options For Domestic Violence?
As a victim of domestic violence, there are legal remedies available to you to help you recover some of the monetary damages you suffered from the abuse. A civil lawsuit is possible in some states, depending on the circumstances of the situation. If you are considering a lawsuit, here is what you need to know. Under What Grounds Can You Sue? Your civil lawsuit for domestic violence can be based on assault, battery, or the emotional distress you experience. [Read More]