Four Things You Need To Do If You Are An Epileptic Filing For Disability


If you have been diagnosed with epilepsy, qualifying for disability can be a tedious venture. There are some things that you can do to help your case. The Social Security Administration uses frequency, type, nature, and duration of epileptic seizures as determining criteria for approvals and denials in adults. The qualifications the agency uses for children is somewhat different. Document seizures and medications. Documenting your seizures does not have to be elaborate.

20 February 2015

Knowing When An Accident Turns Into An Injury Case


Unfortunately, accidents of all kinds happen on a daily basis to even the most careful of people. However, while many of these accidents will be nothing more than unfortunate events that could not be avoided, some of these accidents will be grounds for a personal injury claim. If you are like many people, it can be difficult to determine which of these categories your accident falls into. Thankfully, taking the time to ask yourself a simple series of questions can help you to make this important determination.

16 February 2015

Wrongful Death Settlements And Taxes


The settlement in a wrongful death suit is intended to compensate loved ones and heirs when an individual dies as a consequence of another party's neglect or reckless disregard. In many instances, those who receive funds from a wrongful death settlement are not required to pay the IRS any taxes on these proceeds. However, that's not always the case. Sometimes, whether or not you will owe taxes on a wrongful death settlement will depend on where you are located.

10 February 2015