Putting These Common Accident Misconceptions To Rest

Most accident victims are focused on healing from their injuries, and rightly so. Unfortunately, victims that ignore the legal aspects of the accident could end up falling into some common traps. Read on and find out how to avoid some of the most common accident misconceptions victims encounter. You aren't ready to make a move. People are often told not to make important decisions right after major trauma. Many accidents do present victims with a traumatic situation, and it can take time to recover from both the physical and emotional impact of an accident.   Read More...

A Guide to Disability Claims and Wage Offsets

Administrative offsets is a fancy term for wage garnishment. Unfortunately, disability payments are not immune from garnishment if it comes from one of the three following sources. A percentage of your monthly disability payment will go first to pay the offset, with the remainder paid out to you, until the debt is repaid. This can put stress on your finances, especially if your disability claim is your only form of income.   Read More...

Fighting a DUI Arrest: The Basics

If you have recently been pulled over and arrested for driving under the influence, you might feel like fighting the charge does you no good. However, just because you were arrested for a DUI, even if you have failed the breath test, that does not automatically mean you'll get convicted. There are many ways to fight these charges if you reach out to a DUI lawyer right away.  You Can Fight DUI Checkpoint Arrests   Read More...

Alimony: What You Need To Know

Couples going through a divorce might not automatically consider the issue of alimony (or spousal support). If a divorcing party needs it, though, it can make a huge difference in not only the desire for divorce but the financial situation. For what you need to know about alimony, read below.  While alimony may seem like a thing of the past, it still exists in every state and can be useful for parties of either gender.   Read More...

10 Things To Know About Social Security Advocates

It can be extremely taxing to deal with life after a medical or mental condition prevents you from earning a wage. To make matters worse, the process to apply for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) can be even more taxing. To make things easier, some use a Social Security advocate like Gordon & Pont. For 10 things every applicant needs to know about theses advocates and an alternative, read on.   Read More...