Pushing For A Successful VA Disability Appeal

Posted on: 5 January 2016

Veterans Affairs (VA) disability compensation is a bit different from systems such as Social Security's disability insurance. You're not limited by income aside from extreme cases where you shouldn't be able to work at all, since the VA disability seeks to compensate you for something you've lost as a result of your service rather than being a temporary financial safety net. Unfortunately, while VA compensation is potentially more a better deal, it's not much easier to earn approval. [Read More]

10 Child Custody Tips Worth Following

Posted on: 16 December 2015

For divorcing parents, the creation of a fair and useful parenting plan can help provide a seamless transition for your children and lessen the acrimony of stressful courtroom battles. If you and your spouse can set aside your issues and work together for the sake of your children, you can save both time and money and end up with a personal, custom-designed plan that addresses the needs of both you and your children. [Read More]

Three Legal Issues To Avoid At The Company's Holiday Party

Posted on: 30 November 2015

Holiday office parties can be a lot of fun -- until somebody spikes the punch and somebody else has a few too many cups of it. If things get out of hand, your company could end up facing a lawsuit. Here are 3 things to look out for (and a few ways to prevent them): 1.) Sexual Harassment A stolen kiss under the mistletoe never harmed anybody, right? Wrong. With the alcohol flowing and inhibitions lowered, someone could decide to plant an unwanted kiss on someone else. [Read More]

PTSD And How You Can Be Covered For Workers' Comp

Posted on: 11 November 2015

Workers' compensation insurance was created to cover medical expenses and lost wages for those who are injured while at work. Many people may be unaware, however, that workers' comp also covers psychological injuries. If you have been in involved in , or witnessed, a psychologically stressful event at work, you should know that your ability to do your job could be greatly impacted by PTSD, and sometimes you are not able to go to work at all. [Read More]