3 Reasons Not To Listen To Others After A Multi-Car Pileup

Posted on: 3 July 2018
One of the many types of car accidents that you may have the misfortune of finding yourself in is a multi-car pileup. There are many scenarios that you can face in this type of accident. Your car could have some minor dents if you weren't in the middle of the accident, or it could be completely damaged. Unlike a two-car accident in which it's commonly easy to determine which driver was at fault, it can often be unclear what caused a multi-car pileup — and even the responding police officers may have trouble getting to the bottom of what happened.
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Social Security Disability Basics To Know Before Applying

Posted on: 30 May 2018
When something drastic happens in your life that prevents you from working, whether it's an injury or an illness, you may have the ability to claim Social Security disability benefits. Unfortunately, unlike retirement benefits, you have to apply and be approved for these. The application process is strict, and you must meet a highly specific series of guidelines. If you're thinking about applying for social security disability, here are a few things that you should know.
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How To Present Yourself When Trying To Win Custody

Posted on: 2 May 2018
When you are trying to win custody of your child, you want to make sure that you are careful about the image that you present to the lawyers and the courts. You want to show yourself as an engaged parent who is willing to demonstrate their parental fitness to the courts. Keep the following tips in mind.  Be Willing to Work with Your Ex One of the first things you need to do is show that you are willing to work with your ex.
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What Changes Are Coming To Kentucky's Workers' Compensation Laws?

Posted on: 4 April 2018
If you're injured on the job in Kentucky and aren't a farm or agricultural employee, you'll likely be eligible for workers' compensation benefits through your employer. These benefits are designed to provide you with a source of income during the time you're unable to work and also cover the medical expenses you wouldn't have incurred but for your on-the-job injury. If your injury is of the career-ending type, workers' compensation benefits can eventually turn into partial or total disability payments, but the length of time you're eligible to receive these types of benefits could soon be subject to change.
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