An Employee Retirement Income Security Act plan, or ERISA, provides disability benefits when you are unable to work due to an impairment. When you apply for ERISA benefits, mistakes could result in your application being denied. At best, a mistake could result in your claim being delayed, which leaves you without income until you have corrected the issue. To prevent this, here are some claim mistakes to avoid. Leaving Your Position Too Soon [Read More]
What Are The Consequences Of A DUI And Should You Hire A Lawyer?
Drunk driving accidents occur much too often. In fact, 28 people in the U.S. die every day in car crashes that are caused by a drunk driver, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. That's why drunk driving accidents aren't taken lightly. If you are pulled over by a police officer and arrested for driving while drunk, you could face some serious consequences. What Happens After a DUI Arrest? [Read More]
The Driving Mistakes That Could Cause A Head-On Collision And Trigger A Personal Injury Lawsuit
Head-on collisions are scary and can potentially be devastating with severe injuries or even fatalities. When one of these serious injuries occurs, it's possible that a personal injury lawsuit might be triggered. In many cases, these injuries are caused by high speed but that isn't always the only reason. There are many different reasons a head-on collision could occur. Here are just a few driving mistakes that are committed every day that could cause one of these types of collisions. [Read More]
Standing Your Ground In A Divorce Settlement
You have probably heard stories about people whose spouse won almost everything in a divorce settlement. There are certain behaviors that enable this kind of turnout, and other strategies that help you to stand your ground. Here are three winning strategies for getting what's owed to you in a divorce settlement. Know What You Want The first step is to know what you want out of the settlement. That will require you, first of all, to have an accurate picture of your joint finances. [Read More]