Know Your Rights as a Tenant in California

4 Detrimental Mistakes To Avoid After Filing A Car Accident Claim With An Attorney

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Filing a car accident claim brings along a new, and oftentimes unfamiliar, situation for most people. There are detrimental mistakes you will have to avoid after you have initiated the process of starting a personal injury lawsuit after a car accident.  Be careful about what you post on social media.  Social media is an everyday part of the lives of most people, and many people do share a lot about what is going on in their everyday lives. Read More»

What You Need to Know About Insurance Claims After an Injury

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If you are hurt in an accident by someone acting negligently, you should consider filing a claim with his or her insurance company to have your damages covered. You should first understand how the process works before you file for your damages. Here are some things you need to know: What Can You Expect to Receive? When you are injured and you file a claim with the negligent party’s insurer, you can expect to have many of your costs covered. Read More»

A Wrongful Death Attorney: Why You Need One

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When it comes to losing a loved one in a tragic accident or in a sudden way, dealing with the loss can be hard to take in. Added to that, you have the medical expenses, funeral expenses, and other costs associated with losing your loved one. The emotional toll of having something go wrong when it should not have is horrible, which is why a wrongful death attorney can be so helpful. Read More»

Three Reasons To Hire A Securities Attorney For An FINRA Arbitration Hearing

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If you believe that you have lost money due to actions by your broker, there are several ways you can seek compensation for your losses. One way is to have a hearing from the Financial Industry National Regulatory Authority (FINRA). They are a non-profit organization that is supervised by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). They exist as a watchdog group to monitor brokers all over the country. They can hear your complaint and offer arbitration services to resolve the issue. Read More»

Help With SSDI

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Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is a government program that is offered to individuals who were able but are now permanently unable to work. This program began officially in 1956 and has been helping individuals and their families to make ends meet since. The funds for this program are taken out of paychecks from those who are available to work. This is a beautiful way for society to work together to provide for those who are less fortunate. Read More»