Important Qualifications In A Disability Claim

Posted on: 2 June 2016
Getting approved for social security disability can be difficult, especially when you're not sure what it takes to get approved. Here are some of the critical requirements for a successful disability claim.  You Need to Have Earned Enough Income Since the disability program is a shared social security net, it requires you to have contributed to the funds at some point in your life. The SSA requires you to earn 40 credits in general, earning up to four per year.
[Read More]

Are You Liable If A Glitch In Your Vehicle's Computer Causes An Accident?

Posted on: 25 May 2016
Modern vehicles depend on computer hardware and software to manage their processes and components. As such, they can suffer from some of the same problems associated with computers, such as glitches. In fact, a report released by J.D. Power found reports of software-related glitches in vehicles are on the rise, and there has been a 45 percent increase in recalls for software-related problems. One question that's sure to come up, if it already hasn't, is whether or not a person could be held liable for damages if a computer glitch caused him or her to get into an accident.
[Read More]

Find Understanding And Advanced Help For VA Disability Claims

Posted on: 18 May 2016
It can be hard to find the right set of answers for a Veterans Affairs (VA) disability claim. Proving a legitimate disability may seems straightforward--especially for the person suffering--but sometimes the evidence isn't good enough. If you didn't report the problem while in the military, you may face challenges while proving that the injury actually happened in the military. Problems such as pain and mental/behavioral issues can exist without proven, physical evidence, but a few of the following situations can help you understand what the VA is looking for in a strong, actionable disability claim.
[Read More]

How Some Doctors Gamble With Your Health (And How To Protect Yourself)

Posted on: 3 May 2016
Most doctors are wonderful, caring people who are professionally driven by their desire to help others and save lives. There's even the well-accepted motto for doctors of "First, do no harm." Unfortunately, some doctors do cause patients harm, and it's important to protect yourself as best you can from such situations. Here are a few ways doctors may gamble with your health and how you can protect yourself from these errors.
[Read More]