• Three Tips To Protect Your Loved One From Nursing Home Abuse

    If you have put your elderly parent or grandparent in a nursing home, you have to be mindful that while the nursing home may have appeared to be perfect the first day you took a tour, that doesn't always mean that it is perfect. In fact, there could even just be one staff member that is abusive and not helpful towards your elderly parent or grandparent. This means that not only are you not getting what you have paid for, but your parent or grandparent is not being treated with the respect that they deserve.
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  • Ease Your Way Into Divorce With A Legal Separation Agreement

    If you and your partner have made the life-altering decision to divorce, you likely are already well aware that the emotional, physical and financial impact on your life could be long-lasting and severe. You can help smooth the way for these changes by taking an interim step in the divorce process; a legal separation. With a legal separation document in place, you and your spouse can address vital issues ahead of the divorce decree, especially financial issues.
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  • How Can You Safely Prevent Slips On Your Backyard Stone Pathway This Winter?

    Backyard stone pathways can get very slippery in winter, partly because the surface is uneven and that can make them difficult to shovel. Unfortunately, having a slippery pathway can make you liable for any injuries that occur from slips and falls. If you're hoping to use your backyard stone pathway this winter and want to ensure that it's safe for you, your visitors and loved ones, these tips will help.
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  • Protect Your Future Through Engagement And Information - Questions To Ask Your Disability Lawyer

    If you suffer an injury or illness that makes you unable to work and provide for your family, you should be able to take comfort in knowing that social safety nets will provide you with a degree of protection. Unfortunately, the government tends to challenge a sizable portion of disability claims, and if you're struggling with maintaining your composure during the process, it's important that you find help anywhere you can.
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  • Not Too Early And Not Too Late: When To Send An Injury Demand Letter

    Did you know that there is a wrong and right time to send an injury demand letter? Sending your demand letter either too late or too soon can cost you a lot of money. If you consult an attorney, then he or she will probably tell you that this is because of the issue of: Maximum Medical Improvement Your demand letter should include a detailed description of your injuries and medical bills.
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  • Correcting The Top Three Assumptions Workers Comp Attorneys Hear From Injured Employees

    Let's face it: Workers compensation is a tangled web of state-specific rules and regulations, and if you're seriously considering filing a claim, you'll want to speak with an experienced attorney before moving forward. But in the meantime, it doesn't hurt to learn the basics. Understanding the common misconceptions about the law below – all the usual suspects attorneys hear from first-time clients – can help you get the most out of your initial consultation.
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  • 3 Things You Need To Know About Filing An I-601A Waiver

    Illegal immigration is a hot button topic these days in the U.S. While the country is seen as a land of opportunity for many, that opportunity can be cut short if the immigrant doesn't come to the U.S. through proper channels. One way to go from being illegal to having a legal presence in the U.S. is to file an I-601A waiver with the Office for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
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  • Why You Should Consider Visiting An Elder Law Attorney

    Whether you are a twenty-something year old individual who is fresh out of college, or a more seasoned person in the twilight years of your life, visiting an elder law attorney, such as Snow James M, may prove to be highly beneficial for you.  Elder law attorneys work with clients to help them plan their estate and final wishes.  They consult with clients and make them aware of their rights so that they will receive all of the benefits that they are entitled to.
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  • Five Things You Need To Know About Choosing Expert Witnesses For A Personal Injury Case

    If you are trying to get compensation for an injury caused by another party's negligence, you may need an expert witness to speak at your trial. An expert witness helps you to get the compensation you deserve by showing the court how serious your injuries are and explaining how long your recovery will take. However, not every expert witness is the same. Here are five points to keep in mind to ensure that you get the most effective expert witness for your case:
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