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  • Three Conditions That (Should) Immediately Qualify You For Social Security Disability

    7 April 2018

    Social Security Disability claims are almost always denied. The person that viewed your claim initially is the same person that often reviews your appeal. That is hardly fair, right? Yet, that is how this process works. Most people attempting to claim Social Security Disability benefits usually are not successful until either A) they get to the second tier of appeals, or B) they hire a social security disability attorney. What most people do not know is that there are some conditions that automatically qualify you for benefits--none of which you would want, but if you do have these conditions, you may only need a lawyer's help to hurry up the application process.

  • Taking Legal Action Against The HOA

    8 March 2018

    Did you intentionally purchase a home in a neighborhood that has a Homeowners Association (HOA)? Have you been paying high HOA fees although it seems as though none of the rules are being enforced in the neighborhood? If you were denied after requesting that your fees are reimbursed due to the HOA breaking the agreement that requires residents to follow specific rules, hiring attorney might be needed. The HOA agreement that was signed when your house was purchased is a legally binding contract that gives you rights in the court of law.

  • Three Tips to Help Attorneys Keep Their Closed Files Safe and Organized

    3 February 2018

    Managing your law firm can be a complicated task. For example, you will need to retain your case files for many years after resolving the case in order to comply with professional and legal requirements. If you are struggling with meeting this need, you may want to utilize these three organizational and storage strategies to help you avoid problems. 1. Create a General Reference List It is a reality that you will need to retrieve some of your case files.

  • 3 Financial Steps To Protect Yourself In A Divorce

    10 January 2018

    If you and your spouse have gone through counseling and reached a mutual conclusion that your marriage is no longer working, there are some financial steps that you need to take to protect yourself in your divorce. Get Copies of All Financial Documents Work together, if possible, with your spouse so that both of you have copies of all important financial documents that relate to the assets that you have accumulated together.

  • Why Heart Attack Misdiagnoses Occur

    5 December 2017

    A heart attack is one of the most serious emergency illnesses you can ever experience. At the same time, it is also one of the illnesses that are frequently misdiagnosed. Here are some of the reasons for these misdiagnoses: Symptoms Vary By Person There are literally dozens of heart attack symptoms, from the common chest pain to stomach pain, which most people don't understand. Unfortunately, just like many other diseases, not everyone experiencing a heart attack will exhibit all of the symptoms.

  • Taking Your Personal Injury Case To Court? Here's A Few Things You Need To Do

    8 November 2017

    When you are injured in a severe manner, and it is impacting many aspects of your life, you may want to seek justice through the legal system. Even if you believe that your case will be fairly cut and dry, it is best to make sure that you are taking all of the precautions that you possibly can to improve your chances of receiving a good outcome. Here are some things that you will want to remember to do:

  • Knowing What to Tell Your DUI Attorney

    11 October 2017

    Finding yourself behind bars for driving under the influence or driving while intoxicated is not a position most people ever expect to find themselves in. When you get arrested, you will very likely need an attorney like Robert A Murray to help you to get through this situation and get your life back to normal. As you begin speaking with your attorney, you may be wondering what you can and should tell them.