How Social Media Can Affect A Custody Battle

23 December 2015
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you and your spouse have decided to end your marriage through divorce, there are several things you should understand about the use of social media sites during this time. If you want to seek custody of your children, what you do on social media could affect the outcome of this goal. Here are three things to understand about the use of social media during custody fights. The things you post can be used in court Read More 

What’s The Difference Between SSI And SSDI?

9 December 2015
 Categories: Law, Blog

When you are applying for disability from the Social Security Administration, you may find out that you don't qualify for disability, but do qualify for SSI. What is the difference between SSI and SSDI? Supplemental Security Insurance SSI is a program that is designed to help people who don't qualify for SSDI, but who may have lost the ability to work. SSI is something called a needs-based program that is also means tested. Read More 

What Are The Two Types Of Disability Insurance?

20 November 2015
 Categories: Law, Blog

When a person becomes disabled and is unable to work, this can be a financially devastating situation. However, if you are covered by disability insurance, this can help with paying your regular household expenses and make your time off from work less stressful. Many employers offer disability insurance to their employees or you can purchase it directly from companies that sell it. There are two different types of disability insurance and these are the ways they can be beneficial. Read More 

HIV/AIDS And Collecting Social Security Disability

3 November 2015
 Categories: Law, Blog

If have been diagnosed with AIDS/HIV and are no longer able to work, you may qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance. Your physical, sensory and mental conditions will be evaluated using the Residual Functioning Capacity (RFC) assessment. The approval process for benefits depends on how the RFC assessment evaluates your ability to do your job, so read on to learn more about it. Early HIV Symptoms Even the initial onset symptoms of HIV can affect your ability to do your job. Read More 

Auto Accident Statistics Every Safety-Conscious Driver Needs to Know

15 October 2015
 Categories: Law, Blog

When you take a seat behind the wheel of your car, you may not expect that instead of ending up at your destination, you end up in a crash. According to a report on, you will file a claim with your insurance company something like once every 17 or 18 years if you are an average driver. The thing is, no matter how safe you are when you hit the road or how much attention you pay to roadway rules, there is always a chance that another driver is not doing the same. Read More