If you have been injured and are now filing suit against the at-fault driver, you may be entering the trial stage of your case. Personal injury cases can go on a long time, and even when you finally get to trial the process doesn't get any smoother. Delays, hearings, postponements, and motions are all part of the game when you litigate, but understanding what the other side is trying to do in your case is important.
Keeping the marital home during divorce may or may not be up to you. Here are a few measures to adopt if you want to keep the home: Work It Out With Your Spouse The best way to get anything in a divorce, and not only your marital home, is to work it out with your spouse. This is because, in a negotiation with your partner, you can each give and take a few points and end up with a mutually agreeable decision.
If you are unable to work because of an illness or injury, you may qualify for social security disability payments. This money comes from a fund you have probably contributed to during your time in the work force, and it is likely that you have the right to disability payments using this money. As an attorney specializing in social security disability, I have a great deal of experience in helping clients determine if they qualify for disability payments. I hope that this blog will help people who have been injured understand what it means to qualify for social security disability benefits and how to go about getting that help.