Obtaining Social Security Disability Benefits For Dysautonomia

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Dysautonomia isn't the term used to describe several different disorders that are caused by the malfunction of your autonomic nervous system that controls many different things in your body, including your heart rate, your blood pressure, your body temperature, and more. Some of the symptoms of dysautonomia can be merely frustrating and annoying — while others can be quite disabling.  Here's what you need to know about filing for Social Security Disability benefits due to dysautonomia.

24 January 2020

Why You Should Mediate Your Divorce Instead Of Going To Court

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Going through a divorce is always tough, but if both you and your spouse are interested in keeping the drama to a minimum, there may be another option instead of an ugly fight in court. It may be possible to find a divorce mediator who can mediate divorce and present final terms that you, your spouse, and the divorce court will all find fair to all parties. Here are some of the reasons why you might choose to mediate your divorce instead of taking the proceedings into a courtroom.

8 January 2020

Parking Lot Car Accidents: What You Need To Know To File A Successful Claim

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Experiencing a car accident of any kind can be an upsetting experience, but it is especially upsetting when determining fault is hard to do. Car accidents occur in parking lots more frequently than you might think. Since most people are traveling at a lower rate of speed and drivers are supposed to be as watchful as possible, it may be hard to figure out who to blame in such instances.

6 December 2019

Why Kids Do Not Make Custody Decisions

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Some parents may feel that a child should be left to live with their preferred parent after divorce. Courts disagree, however, and there are good reasons for the disagreement. Below are some of the wrong reasons a child might prefer one child over another. Parental Needs One of the dangers of relying on kids to make custody decisions is that kids might put the needs of children above their needs. For example, a child may see that one parent is lonely, more stricken with the divorce, or needs help with household chores, and opt to live with that parent.

8 November 2019

How A Lawyer Will Fight Your Drug Possession Charges

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Have you been arrested for drug possession and are you planning to fight it in court? If so, you'll need a drug possession lawyer on your side to help fight those charges so that they are dropped. Here are some ways that a lawyer can help prove that you are not guilty.  Questioning The Offender's Identity  One main aspect of any criminal case is the responsibility of the prosecutors to prove that the defendant is the person that committed the crime.

10 October 2019

How To Know If You Have A Personal Injury Case Or Not

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There are times when people get injured and are not sure whether to pursue personal injury cases or not. If you are facing this decision and are not sure what to do, here are several questions to consider, as the answers to these questions can help you determine how to proceed. Was there an injury? One of the most important elements of all personal injury cases is an injury. If there is no injury involved with the incident, you most likely will not be able to proceed with a personal injury case.

12 September 2019

3 Factors To Understand About A Wrongful Death Lawsuit

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Losing a loved one is difficult, but the death of someone you love can be even harder if it could have been prevented. If the person you loved died as a result of someone else's neglect, you may be able to sue the person responsible for this death. If you are in this position, here are three things you should know before you file a case of wrongful death. The death must be a result of intention or neglect

5 August 2019