Continuing Checks: What to Know About Your CDR

If you have managed to get social-security disability benefits, you may be heaving a sigh of relief. The road was likely long and difficult, but now you can count on your monthly payments to help with your financial situation. You should know, however, that the Social Security Administration (SSA) holds applicants to a high level of honestly and accuracy when it comes to their medical conditions. The Continuing Disability Review (CDR) allows the SSA to periodically review your medical condition to ensure that you still qualify for disability benefits. [Read More]

2 Reasons To Hire A Special Education Lawyer

Trying to get your child the assistance that he or she needs once he or she has been diagnosed with a learning disability can often be a very stressful and difficult experience, mostly because many schools don't actually offer much in the way of assistance for children with special needs. Thankfully, a special education lawyer can be one of your best resources when it comes to trying to get your local school district to provide you and your child with the assistance that is needed. [Read More]

Did Your Marriage Flop? Don't Flip Out If You Happen To Own A Business Together: You Have Options

With television celebrities Tarek and Christina El Moussa divorcing, it was easy to predict the end of their hit reality show, "Flip or Flop," as well. Not many divorcing couples who work together in a family business (on or off the screen) can continue working together after a divorce. If that's your situation, what are your options? Try to leave the business as it is. Again, continuing to work with your ex-spouse on a daily basis in the business you built together isn't easy, but it is something that you can try if both you and your ex-spouse are both willing to set your marital issues aside while you're working. [Read More]

3 Reasons Why It's Worth It To Sue After A Loved One Is The Victim Of Medical Malpractice

If someone you love has recently been the victim of medical malpractice—especially if your loved one is very sick or has passed away because of it—you might be thinking about filing a lawsuit. However, if you are like a lot of people, you might not be totally sure about going through with the suit. It is certainly understandable if you are feeling a bit hesitant about the whole situation, but these are a few reasons why it's worth it to sue after a loved one is a victim of medical malpractice. [Read More]