Disability Claims For Short Bowel Syndrome: What You Need To Know About Your Disability Hearing

Between 10,000 and 20,000 people in the United States suffer with short bowel syndrome. This condition can lead to debilitating symptoms that make everyday life difficult, so people with the condition may need to file a disability claim. Find out why you may need to attend a disability hearing as part of your claim, and learn more about the steps you can take to increase your chances of success. SBS and disability insurance Read More 

Are You At Risk Of An Accident In A Road Work Zone?

Sometimes it seems that everywhere you go you encounter a road that is under construction. These areas normally have big signs, road barrels, and lanes shut down. This often leads to additional road congestion and a change in road patterns. Road construction or work zones, can put you at risk of having an accident. Understanding this risk, as well as how to avoid it, may help you remain safe the next time you enter a work zone. Read More 

The “Baseball Rule” And Personal Injury: What Baseball Fans Need To Know When Taking In A Ballgame

Baseball tickets are beginning to go on sale for next year's games. But before you purchase your tickets, you may want to educate yourself on injuries that can occur at a baseball stadium and how the "Baseball Rule" impacts your ability to collect money for medical expenses and pain and suffering. This may cause you to think twice before buying tickets as close to the field as you can. Here is some information baseball fans should know about the " Read More 

How Both Drivers Can Share Blame In Some Rear-End Collisions

Conventional wisdom says that if you wind up rear-ending another driver during an auto accident, you'll end up being the one who's held at fault. This is what makes rear-end collisions among the most dreaded among U.S. drivers. However, there are plenty of instances where conventional wisdom can easily go out the window. The following talks about some of these instances, as well as what you can do to better defend yourself in the event of an accident involving a rear-end collision. Read More 

Frequently Asked Questions About Sharing Fault When It Comes To Car Accident Personal Injury Claims

If you were injured in a car accident, and the other party is at fault, you can file a personal injury claim and recoup money for your past, current and future medical expenses, for your lost wages and for the pain and suffering you endured. However, if both you and the party you collided with are at fault, or share responsibility for the accident, you may wonder if this is an option for you and how the process may be different. Read More