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Getting Help With Car Accidents

Nothing is more terrifying than being involved in a car accident. In addition to attending to your own needs, you also have to worry about your passengers, your car, and taking the right steps. Unfortunately, if you aren't careful, you might end up destroying your personal injury case or hurting your own healing process. Fortunately, you don't have to go through that process on your own. With the help of a lawyer, you can worry about the things that really matter while a professional handles your phone calls, medical bills, and insurance paperwork. Check out my website to learn more about how a car accident lawyer could help you.

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When A DUI Limits Your Driving Privilege

If you've been arrested for DUI (driving under the influence) you might be wondering what could be in store if you are convicted. Make no mistake about it, depending on the skills of your defense attorney you could be facing some pretty serious punishments, and one of those is losing your driver's license. Read on to learn more about how the law handles the loss of driving privileges. Your DUI offense and the consequences Read More 

Car Broken Down In The Middle Of The Road? How To Avoid An Accident

No one wants their car to break down in the middle of the road. However, this is a scenario that many people find themselves in for a variety of reasons. They may run out of gas or their car may die at a traffic light. If you have found yourself in this situation, it is important to understand that it can be a dangerous one. Here are a few tips to help you avoid an accident if your car breaks down in the middle of the road. Read More 

Is Your Child Eligible For Social Security Disability?

Most all just naturally associate Social Security disability benefits with people that cannot work at their jobs, but there is another category of recipients to consider. Children under the age of 18 who qualify are alsoeligible for benefits. With this form of Social Security, the family's income is a prime consideration in addition to the medical or mental condition of the child. Read on to learn more about this special program that covers young disability applicants. Read More