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Could You Be Prevented from Owning Guns If You Receive Social Security Disability?

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If you’re currently receiving federal disability benefits for schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, or another mental illness, you likely rely on these payments to keep yourself afloat financially. Even if your mental illness is well managed, it can sometimes be difficult to hold down full-time employment (especially if you have other physical ailments). However, a proposed federal regulation could prevent those who are receiving Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) for mental illness from legally owning firearms. Read More»

4 Important Factors In A Wet Floor Slip & Fall Case

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If you slip and fell at a place of business on a wet floor, there are a few things that you need to you need to know if you want to pursue a personal injury case against the business.  #1 It’s The Owner’s Responsibility To Provide A Safe Premise The first thing that you need to be aware of is that it is the building’s owner who is responsible for providing safe conditions to anyone who is inside or on the premise of their property. Read More»

4 Ways To Make Your Car Accident Personal Injury Case More Solid

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If you were involved in a car accident that resulted in personal injuries to you that you want to seek compensation for, there are a few things that you can do to strengthen your case. Two of the suggestions on the list are connected to actions taken at the scene of the accident and two of the suggestions are connected to what you do after the accident. #1 Get As Much Evidence At The Scene As Possible Read More»

3 Ways To Save Money When Getting Divorced

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If you are going through a divorce, there are many hidden small ways that the cost of your divorce can quickly rise. Here are three ways to keep control of the cost of your divorce. #1 Keep Your Emails & Conversations On Topics In the day and age of instant communication, it can be easy to want to just send off a quick email to your attorney every time that you have a question or give them a quick call. Read More»

DUI Charge? Increase Your Chances Of Getting Your Driving Privileges Reinstated

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If you are charged with a DUI, your driver’s license will be immediately suspended. This makes life very difficult, especially if you have to go without your license for a long period of time. To prevent this from happening, follow the tips below. DMV Hearing When you are arrested and your driver’s license is taken by the officer, you will be issued a temporary license. You should then call the State Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to request a hearing. Read More»