The Best Ways To Keep Your SSD Paperwork Organized

Applying for Social Security Disability can take time and effort, especially if you have to start filing appeals. The paperwork can quickly grow out of control if you don't get a handle on it now, and you risk missing a deadline or filing incomplete paperwork if you aren't careful. But just how to organize the paperwork can be confusing. Don't leave everything in a pile on your desk; instead, look at these organizing tips to create the best system for you. [Read More]

3 Situations In Which You Might Want To Hire A Speeding Ticket Attorney

Speeding tickets can be quite expensive and have certain consequences that you do not have time for, such as attending traffic school. For this reason, you will want to consider whether or not fighting your ticket can have a successful outcome. To have better chances, you should also hire a speeding ticket attorney to help you. However, you should only consider fighting your ticket in these situations: You Can Challenge the Officer's Version of Events:  [Read More]

The Property You Can Keep: Bankruptcy Exemptions

Bankruptcy undoubtedly provides a powerful legal way to wipe out most of your debts and allows you to get the fresh start that you need. Unfortunately, the bankruptcy laws also provide that some of your property, like your home, vehicles and more could be subject to seizure. The amount of property you are allowed to keep depends on something called "exemptions". Read on to learn more about how bankruptcy exemptions allow you to depreciate your property and keep it. [Read More]

Nursing Home Abuse: Signs to Watch for If You Suspect It

According to the National Center on Elder Abuse, roughly 10 percent of older Americans experience some form of elder abuse. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says that, for each case that is reported or confirmed, there are roughly 23 cases that remain unconfirmed. The mistreatment can be in the form of physical, verbal, psychological, sexual, or financial abuse. No one wants to assume that their loved one is in danger, especially under the care of nursing home staff. [Read More]