Workers' Comp Lawyers: How Can They Help?

Posted on: 11 August 2020

Usually, if you are hurt while working, then you can count on your employer's workers' compensation insurance to cover you. Unfortunately, your claim may be denied. Workers' compensation lawyers understand how to deal with issues that arise when filing claims, so read on and find out more about how they can help you.  1. Your claim was denied. Claims can be denied for a variety of reasons and the letter from the insurer should provide you with a starting point to rectify things.
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What Is Residual Functional Capacity And Why It Matters To The SSA

Posted on: 15 July 2020

When applying for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), it's likely that applicants will have to become familiar with certain terms that pertain to their cases. The Social Security Administration (SSA) uses a lot of confusing language and acronyms to describe the application and approval process and applicants should have at least a general understanding of what they mean. One of those terms is residual functional capacity (RFC), and it is a very important aspect of your effort to get benefits.
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What To Do If You Get A Notice For An Environmental Violation

Posted on: 9 June 2020

Receiving a notice about an environmental violation can leave you scrambling for answers. There are, however, a few things you can do to ensure the situation will be handled as competently and fairly as possible. Take the Notice Seriously No matter what your feelings are about environmental regulations, disregarding a notice mailed to you by the government is not a winning play. Contact an environmental law practice and tell them what the notice says.
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How Bad Is Probate Going To Be?

Posted on: 7 May 2020

The probate process has unfairly earned something of a bad name. Much of this reputation comes from misperceptions about what the process is meant to do. A probate lawyer will tell you that the point of the system is to protect the rights of everyone who has a stake in a deceased person's estate. Take a look at what the good and not-so-good elements of the probate process are. Good: You Will Have Your Say
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