Limiting Access To Information During Disability Insurance Claim
15 April 2019
Disability insurance allows individuals who are no longer able to work to access financial resources that are needed to live. When you signed off on a disability insurance policy, you agreed to provide the insurance company with access to certain types of information during the processing of any claims you might file against the policy.
Unfortunately, some insurance companies will request access to a broader scope of information that can be used to mount a case for denial.
Non-Physical Illnesses And Social Security Benefits
7 March 2019
People who can no longer work at their jobs can face financial hardships. The Social Security Administration (SSA) has a program that addresses that hardship. Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is meant to cover those afflicted by an illness that prevents them from performing the job tasks of their most recent job. Some might not know that the SSA recognizes several mental disorders for coverage along with physical ailments. Read on to learn more.
Getting Ready For A Trial
30 January 2019
If you have been harmed through no fault of your own, you might be entitled to financial compensation. Car accidents, slip and falls, defamation, medical malpractice, and many other situations can prompt you and your attorney to file a lawsuit against those who harmed you. Lawsuits consist of many parts and the pretrial preparations serve several important purposes. Read on to learn how a few of these practices help you prepare for trial and offer you opportunities for a settlement.
2 Ways You Can Be Wrongfully Terminated And How A Wrongful Termination Attorney Can Help
22 December 2018
If you were wrongfully terminated from your job this can be frustrating and you are likely very angry with your employer. To help you understand this, below are two ways your employer can wrongfully terminate you. You will also find information below on how a wrongful termination attorney can help you in a situation like this.
One of the most common ways workers are wrongfully terminated is discrimination. This discrimination could be because of your gender, age, disability, religion, or race.