Dealing With Claims Adjusters: What To Know

If you've been injured in a car accident, it's only a matter of time before you come into contact with an insurance adjuster. Exactly who's insurance adjuster is calling and how you handle that call can make a great deal of difference in a personal injury claim. Read on to learn more about dealing with claims adjusters. Who is calling? This is one time when you want to be very clear about who you are talking to before you speak.   Read More...

When To Do When You Need Medical Care For Disability Benefits But Can't Afford It

The Social Security Administration requires applicants to submit health records supporting their disability claims as well as receiving regular medical checkups to monitor the progress of their conditions. If you don't have health insurance and can't afford the medical care you need, though, this can make it difficult to qualify for and keep Social Security disability benefits. Here are a couple of ways you can still get healthcare even if your bank account is empty.   Read More...

3 Reasons To Hire A Discrimination Attorney

Discrimination can occur in a variety of situations. Not only can discrimination be hurtful, it can also be illegal in certain instances. Discrimination experienced in matters concerning employment, housing, education, or lending may be against the law. However, it can be difficult to determine what to do in these situations. Seeking legal action may seem daunting. However, it may be the right decision. In circumstances where discrimination is present, the services of a discrimination attorney may come in handy.   Read More...

Injured in an Accident Due to Someone Else's Negligence? Don't Overlook Your Duty to Mitigate

You probably didn't realize it, but the moment you became the victim of someone else's negligent act and ended up injured, the law put a responsibility on you to minimize your own losses. It's called the duty to mitigate your own damages. While the concept sound fairly simple, understanding what that means for your particular situation can be a little more difficult to do. Here are the basics that you need to know in order to keep yourself out of the hot seat if your case goes to court:   Read More...

When Your Dollars Just Won't Stretch: Three Options To Make Your Debt Payments More Affordable

You are making the minimum payments on your debt, but the balances just aren't decreasing. Or, perhaps you don't have enough money each month to make all of your debt payments and you find yourself constantly borrowing just to make ends meet. Stop living in financial distress; instead, explore the following options to make your debt payments more affordable. 1. Consolidate Your Debt With a Low Interest Loan The interest rate for credit cards and unsecured loans tends to be high, making these types of debt expensive and difficult to pay off.   Read More...