Treading The Concrete Gray Line: Construction Injury Law’s Gray Areas Defined

12 April 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Construction involves so many tools, machines, and substances that could seriously hurt you. Yet, this is a line of work that most people get into because it pays very well. What happens when you get injured on the job? Are there construction injury laws that protect you and help you get financial support? There are so many gray areas in this line of work, you may as well stare at walls of concrete, but a construction injury lawyer can help you sort it out and define it in all of the following ways. Read More 

Having Car Accident Pain? How You Can Get Your Treatments Covered

7 April 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

After a car accident, it's common for people to suffer through resulting neck and back pain caused by whiplash. However, this isn't necessary in many cases; insurance companies may cover massage therapy if it's for a legitimate medical cause. Here is what you need to know about chiropractic massage. What It's Used For Massage therapy for car accident pain has a few goals. One is to correct musculoskeletal problems that affect the way your body supports your spine. Read More 

Can You Stop A Wage Garnishment?

3 April 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

A wage garnishment can impact your ability to pay your monthly expenses. Even if you change jobs, the garnishment can follow you. Therefore, it is important to find legal remedies to the garnishment that work for your particular condition. To help you get started on taking back control of your finances, here are a few options you can use to stop a garnishment.   Challenge the Judgment A wage garnishment starts with a court order. Read More 

Custody Changes: Instances That Can Affect Custody Agreements

23 March 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

When getting a divorce, your separation from your spouse can have a great impact on the children. When it comes to custody, there are several things that will need to be considered in order to keep everything fair for the kids. In some cases, even after the initial divorce process, there may need to be alterations made to original custody arrangements, so it is important that you know what to do if that time comes. Read More 

How Different Policies Determine If You Are Disabled Under ERISA

14 March 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

A long-term-disability (LTD) policy is one in which you receive monthly disability benefits that are 50 to 80 percent of your previous earnings, and it is a type of Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) policy. This plan is either purchased by your employer or is purchased over the market. You will need to understand how the policy defines disability because this can affect whether you are able to collect benefits under a certain situation and how long you are able to collect benefits. Read More