Putting DUI Evidence To The Legal Test

Those arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) can impact the way things turn out by fighting back. Not all DUI arrests are legal, and everything that happens after your arrest will hinge on the quality of the evidence the state has against you. As you work with your criminal defense lawyer to fight the charges, evidence will become a key component, so take a look at what the prosecution is counting on to convict you of DUI.   Read More...

How Back Pay Fills In The Social Security Benefit Gap

After a worker becomes too ill or disabled to work at their job, they may decide to apply for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. Unfortunately, the financial help these workers so desperately need may not be as timely as they wish. Read to find out more about back pay — a means of catching ill or disabled workers up on their benefits. Back Pay: It's All About the Timing   Read More...

Should You Contact a DUI Lawyer When You're Pulled Over?

If you have had a few drinks and you're pulled over on your way home, your first thought may be to lawyer up immediately and for a good reason. While that's an option, here's what you can do. Contact a DUI Lawyer  The earlier you contact your DUI attorney, the better as you can discuss your options before you incriminate yourself or do something stupid. Bring in a DUI lawyer as soon as possible.   Read More...

How Hidden Brain Injuries May Be Left Out Of An Injury Settlement

There are many injuries that are very easy to diagnose and receive compensation for in court. These often include broken bones, sprains, wounds, and pretty much any injury that you can easily see. However, brain injuries can be quite damaging but may not be caught in time to be included in a personal injury lawsuit. They can't exactly be seen in an x-ray and often require a professional diagnosis once they know to start looking for it.   Read More...

The SSDI Appeals Process in a Nutshell

Most people already know it's difficult for those who need it to gain Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. Fortunately, the Social Security Administration (SSA) provides denied applicants with a way to get approved even after they have been turned down. Workers that are unable to work due to medical problems or mental health conditions may have no choice but to pursue the appeal process to the end. Read below to find out more about the SSA claim appeal process and how workers who need support can benefit from legal help.   Read More...