Proving Loss Of Self-Employment Income After An Accident

Posted on: 4 February 2021

After an accident that results in injuries, it is common for the victim to miss time from work. With a traditional salary or hourly wage worker, they can generally submit paystubs or other payment records as part of their claim submission to be reimbursed from their time off. However, when the victim is self-employed, the process is not as straight forward.  History of Earnings One of the first hurdles you need to overcome with self-employment income is that you need a history of earnings. [Read More]

"How Long Will A Wrongful Death Lawsuit Take?" And Other Questions

Posted on: 8 January 2021

Car accidents, animal attacks, and product defects are all examples of situations that could take someone's life. When an individual loses their life due to negligence, the surviving relatives may be entitled to compensation. These cases are referred to as wrongful death cases. If you are facing a potential wrongful death case with the help of a law firm that handles these unique cases, you probably have a few questions. Here are a few things you may want to know. [Read More]

Ex Not Paying Child Support? Know What Steps You Need To Take

Posted on: 4 December 2020

Child support orders are unlike any other divorce provision because they are backed up with both state and federal laws to ensure compliance, identification of parents, and dire consequences for not paying what is owed. If your ex is not obeying court-ordered child support provisions, read on to find out where to turn and what to do. Dependent on the Funds Unfortunately, not all custodial parents have the means to provide food, shelter, clothing, and the medical needs of a child. [Read More]

SSDI And Your Recent Work Experience

Posted on: 5 November 2020

Workers who become disabled may be paid benefits using Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). This form of government benefit is linked to your work history. That means how long you have worked and how much income you have earned is part of the evaluation to determine your benefits. Another issue along those same lines can catch some SSDI applicants by surprise. Read on to learn more about the recent work test and how your ability to get benefits can be affected by it. [Read More]