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Faqs About Appealing A Disability Denial In Federal Court

There are five levels to the appeals process for a denied Social Security disability claim. If you have already appeared before the Appeals Council and your claim was still denied, the next step is the federal court. If you are planning to appeal to the court, here is what you need to know.  How Is an Appeal Filed? After the Appeals Council rejects your claim, you have 60 days to file an appeal with the federal court. Read More 

4 Things Your Aging Parents Need To Discuss With A Lawyer Now

If your parents are retired or nearing retirement, you need to sit down with them and make sure that they have made plans for their health and well-being as they age. Here are five things that your elderly parents need to discuss with a lawyer and make sure they have solid plans for.  #1 Long-Term Health Care Insurance Your parents are going to continue to age, and as they age, they may need more medical assistance than they are currently getting. Read More 

The Basics Of Wrongful Death Claims In The State Of Michigan

If you think that you grounds to file a wrongful death lawsuit in the state of Michigan, you need to understand the basics of what is a wrongful death lawsuit as well as who is allowed to file such a lawsuit and what damages they can collect.  What Is A Wrongful Death Lawsuit? In the state of Michigan, a death is considered wrongful if it was brought about by the actions, neglect, or fault of someone else. Read More 

Make Your Work At Home Business Legal In Four Steps

Millions of business owners run their empire from their homes these days, and their numbers are growing steadily larger all the time. A healthy 50% of all U.S. businesses are in fact home-based businesses. To ensure that your home-based business gets off to a good (and legal) start, read the four major steps needed to begin your endeavor. 1. Zoning Laws Your choice of a specific home-based business could depend on the zoning laws in your locality, so a careful check with your zoning and planning commission is in order before you order those business cards. Read More 

Four Defense Suggestions For Evidence Commonly Used Against DUI Defendants

Much of the evidence police typically use against DUI defendants is based on behavioral or physical characteristics associated with drunkenness. However, these characteristics all have a variety of alternative causes other than drunkenness.  If a police officer is bringing a DUI charge against you with any of these examples of DUI evidence, you can use the defense suggestions that follow to convince a judge that you were not intoxicated at the time of your arrest: Read More