If you have been injured on the job, filing a workers compensation claim is highly recommended. This will ensure that you are able to take advantage of the benefits that you deserve. The workers compensation will provide coverage for your medical expenses, pain and suffering, and loss of income. To help with the process, consider these five important workers compensation tips: Report the Injury Right Away: As soon as you have suffered from the injury, you should file your claim or have your workers compensation attorney do it for you. [Read More]
Confusing Terms: Shared Custody And Joint Custody
Of all divorce issues, from the division of debt and property to custody issues, anything that involves minor children are among the most contentious and emotional to resolve. You and your soon-to-be ex can have a major influence on how smoothly your divorce proceeds by understanding custody issues and making decisions in advance, before a family court judge has to decide for you. Two often-heard child custody terms are "shared custody" [Read More]
Need Help With A Veterans Affairs Appeal?
The Veterans Affairs (VA) disability claim system isn't always easy. There's a few strict evidence requirements that are needed, and you can't simply show off a wound or describe your pain to get compensation. If your claim was denied, it simply means that you didn't have the right requirements on paper to get you through the defenses the defenses that keep fakers out of the system--it's nothing personal against you. To get your appeal in order and to avoid putting in multiple appeals with long wait times, here's some information about the VA disability system and what you can do to make your appeal more viable. [Read More]
Injured At Work? What You Need To Know About Your Medical Care
If you've been injured on the job, you need to seek medical care as soon as possible. If you're not sure whether or not you can choose your own doctor, you should know it depends on the state in which you live. If you live in California, you might be able to use your primary care physician for your worker's compensation treatment. To do that, you will have needed to submit a form designating your primary care physician as your physician of choice for on-the-job injury treatment. [Read More]