10 December 2018
Laser corrective eye surgery, which is usually referred to by the name of Lasik surgery, is one of the most commonly performed eye surgeries in the United States. According to WebMD, about ten million people have elected to have laser eye surgery to correct their vision since the procedure was initially approved by the Food and Drug Administration in 1999. Unfortunately, there are certain risks involved with the procedure, and even more risks if you have a surgeon who is not providing the proper standard of care.
1 November 2018
If you are no longer able to do the work you love because of a medical condition, you may be able to get some help from the Social Security Administration (SSA). The SSA is a government agency in charge of disability benefits and they offer qualified applicants a monthly financial payment when they are too sick to work anymore. The process of being approved for this benefit is somewhat complex and can be very confusing.
25 September 2018
Many people view a prenuptial agreement as something that only rich businesspersons and celebrities rely on. A millionaire may not want to lose part of his or her fortune upon the breakup of his or her marriage, and this legal document will prevent such a scenario from unfolding. What you don't know, however, is that "ordinary" people can also benefit from meeting with a family attorney to discuss a prenuptial agreement before they get married.
20 August 2018
When you want to file a Social Security Disability claim, the most important tool you will need are your medical records. Your medical records will serve as the most vital piece of evidence to back up your claim, and largely what the SSA will use to determine if you are eligible for benefits. The following are some things you need to know about your medical records and SSDI benefits. What Constitutes Medical Records?
10 July 2018
Many people find personal injury laws confusing. For example, the concept of joint; several; and joint and several liability laws are may be a bit confusing. Here is an overview of these legal principles and how they may apply to your personal injury case. Joint Liability Joint liability is a situation in which each defendant is fully liable for your total damages. This means each defendant can be compelled to pay the total damages; they can't escape liability by claiming that others were also liable for the injury.