Proving Intentional Road Accidents Involving More Than One Truck, And How To Sue

Not that long ago, the news was reporting incidents of car accidents caused by groups of people who intentionally forced drivers off the road and then stop to rob them. Typically, the accidents would involve two semi drivers who would get ahead of and right behind a passenger car. A third partner in this scheme would come up alongside the other passenger car while it was fenced in by the two semis, and try to get over, thereby forcing the victim/driver to move off onto the shoulder to avoid being crushed in three directions. [Read More]

Figuring Out Workers Compensation And Your Second Job

Getting hurt during a day at work is not something that most people will expect. If you do get hurt at your main job, you will need to file for workers compensation in order to get proper income and medical coverage while you are unable to work. This will provide you with income and with medical care until you are able to return to your job duties. One major issue can come about with workers compensation if you have a second job. [Read More]

3 Ways To Work Together & Save Money When Getting A Divorce

If you and your spouse have decided to divorce, and you have a mutual goal of saving money on the divorce process, there are a few ways that you can save money on the divorce process. 1. Get Together All Your Financial Documents Work together to get together all of your financial documents. If you own a house together, get a copy of your title together as well as records that show what you have paid on your mortgage. [Read More]

A Look At The Differences Between Private Disability Insurance And SSDI

When you get injured and you are no longer able to work, it is a scary place to be. Not only will you be facing the loss of your income, you could be facing the loss of health insurance and a huge change in how you live your life. In these situations, there are basically two different forms of insurance that may be an option: private disability insurance through your employer or Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). [Read More]