Frequently Asked Questions About Bad Faith Insurance Claims

If you were injured in a car accident or slipping and falling in a business, chances are, the car owner or business owner has insurance. This insurance can help to pay your medical expenses and lost wages. However, in some instances, the insurance company doesn't pay like they should, for reasons that are unfair. When this occurs, you can file a bad faith insurance claim against the insurance company. If you have never done so before, you may have many questions about the process. [Read More]

4 Child Custody Issues Divorced Military Parents Need To Be Aware Of

Getting a divorce as a military member can be a complicated process. One of your main concerns may be the well-being and custody of any children that you may have. It is important to realize that as a service member, you still have rights and obligations regarding your children.  Custody Issues Related to Relocation Historically, during divorce, custody of children has been awarded to the civilian parent as opposed to the military parent. [Read More]

Social Security Disability Benefits: Getting Help And Getting Paid

If you are in perfect health and have never experienced any serious medical issues, you probably do not think often about the possibility of becoming disabled. However, according to the Social Security Administration, a twenty-year-old person in the workforce has a 1-in-4 chance of becoming disabled in the years before they retire. If you find yourself unable to work due to a debilitating medical condition, you can apply for disability benefits from the federal government. [Read More]