Supplemental Security Income (SSI)

Supplemental Security Income (SSI) consists of representation of people who are eligible for SSI. SSI eligibility may occur either because someone was a homemaker, has worked intermittently, or for some other reason, has not paid sufficient monies into the Social Security Trust Fund to qualify for Social Security Disability (SSD). There are times when a… [ more ⇒]

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Personal Injury

Personal Injury can refer to any injury sustained by a person’s physical body or their mental health and emotions. Personal injury law attorneys are consulted when that injury has been caused by another party either by negligence or intentionally. Personal injury is a type of tort or civil wrong where harm has been caused to… [ more ⇒]

Social Security Disability

Social Security Disability (SSD) are benefits available to those people who have worked at least five of the past 10 years and are now unable to work because of some disability. The first question is whether the individual has earned enough quarters to become eligible for SSD. The rules are somewhat complex, but usually we… [ more ⇒]

Car Accident Injury

Car accident and injury lawyers assist persons who have been injured in an automobile accident. This is a specialized sub-area of Personal Injury law. One of the most critical elements in an auto accident related personal injury case is who is at fault for the accident in question. If one party is found to be… [ more ⇒]

Wrongful Death

Wrongful Death is an area of law that deals with seeking monetary damages on behalf of the survivors of someone who has died as a result of wrongful or improper conduct of another person or corporation. Wrongful death is an area of Tort Law and the individual statutes which govern it’s application vary from state… [ more ⇒]

Veterans Service Connected Disability

Veterans service-connected disability consists of representation of veterans who are trying to establish or increase a service-connected injury or illness. The illness or injury may have either been aggravated in the service, or were first treated in the service. This representation also includes non-service-connected pensions, which are for veterans who served during what is defined… [ more ⇒]