Tips To Win Your Appeal After A Long-Term Disability Denial

Filing for long-term disability is supposed to be a lifeline that can help make you whole again and get you back on the right path toward recovery. So finding out that your initial claim has been denied can feel like a sucker punch, and you might be feeling almost as bad as you did when you first suffered the disability. But know that it is possible to appeal a long-term disability claim denial, and you can even come out on top if you play your cards right. Read More 

What You Need To Do Once You Have Decided To File For Workers Compensation Benefits

Once you have decided that you want to file for worker's compensation benefits, there are going to be some things that you want to do. The more you do to prepare for your claim for benefits, the easier the entire process might be for you. This is why you will want to take a little time to review the following tips. Here are a few of the things that you need to make sure that you are dong once you have decided to file for the worker's compensation benefits that you need. Read More 

What’s Owed By Product Makers To Accident Victims?

When harm comes to someone through no fault of their own, they may be owed money. Product manufacturers owe everyone who uses their products a duty of care. That means they've done everything they can to make the product safe. Unfortunately, consumers are hurt by bad products every day regardless of manufacturer efforts. To find out how product manufacturers may owe more than just a duty of care, read on. Read More 

Does No Will Mean No Probate As Well?

Some people fail to make out a last will and testament for various reasons. Some may think they have to have lots of assets before they need a will or some just put it off until it's too late. Others might be under the impression that they are doing their loved ones a favor with not making out a will since no will means no probate. That is an incorrect and unfortunate misconception. Read More 

Fighting Toxic In-Laws: Grandparents’ Rights And How To Beat Them

Getting a divorce is never easy. It can be even more difficult when dealing with adversity from your in-laws. Your in-laws may create conflict if they feel they aren't seeing your children as often as they should. In some states, grandparents can even try to file for visitation rights, more commonly known as grandparents' rights. It's important to know how to protect yourself if this ever happens to you. This guide will show you what to do in that situation. Read More