Workers' Compensation Lawyer: Filing for an Extension

Posted on: 17 May 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has left many families grieving and struggling. If you're one of the millions of workers who find themselves still out of a job, a workers' compensation lawyer can help you file for an extension of your benefits. Here are some steps a workers' compensation lawyer can take to help extend your benefits. Documenting a Need Workers' compensation benefits are predicated on need. When you're filing for an extension of your workers' compensation you must document both your continued need for benefits and your reason(s) for remaining unemployed.
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Learn About The 5 Personal Injuries To Hire An Attorney For

Posted on: 8 April 2021

An injury can take a toll on you, and it might take time before you get back to your daily routines. If someone's carelessness or negligence caused the injury, you should seek compensation through a personal injury attorney. Your legal representative will advise you to seek immediate medical attention, regardless of the severity of the injury. Keep in mind that what seems like a minor injury now might become severe later on.
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Eligibility For Social Security Disability Benefits

Posted on: 7 April 2021

The Social Security Administration (SSA) has devised a five-step process to determine whether a Social Security Disability application is approved. However, most people are unaware of the review process, leading to unsuccessful applications. Applicants who intend to enroll in the system should hire Social Security Disability lawyers to guide them through the review process. Some of the conditions are as follows. Employment Status The first step is to consider if a person earns more than the statutory minimum wage per month.
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What Are The Steps To Getting A Personal Injury Settlement?

Posted on: 26 March 2021

When most people think about lawsuits, they think about dramatic trials as they see on TV. If you've been injured in an accident, the chances of you ever stepping inside of a courtroom are pretty low. Most cases settle long before trial. Here's what you need to do. Go to Your Doctor If you've had any type of accident, it's important to see a doctor as quickly as possible. If the accident wasn't bad enough to go to the emergency room in an ambulance, you still want to go get checked out in urgent care or by your primary physician the same day or early the next morning.
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