Archive for August, 2014

postheadericon Do You Need an Employment Lawyer Who Will Fight for Your Rights as an Employee?

Rights for employees

Would you be surprised to know that since 2008, the incidence of cases brought against employers in the United States for violation of employee laws has increased many times over? That shouldn’t be terribly surprisingly, not when you realize people need their jobs more than ever. If they’re going to have to stay in a job at less than fantastic pay, most feel that violations of their rights are worth fighting against.

Enter the employment lawyer: experienced labor attorneys know what it takes to fight for your rights, should it be the case you have to bring the law into your situation to be treated properly. That being said, finding Read the rest of this entry »

postheadericon Four Reasons Why You Should Appeal Your Rejected VA Disability Claim

Legal advice

Every veteran who comes home from serving in the armed forces with a disability or life-altering condition has the right to receive compensation from the Department of Veterans’ Affairs, or the VA.

And if you have filed for benefits with the VA and have had your VA disability claim status rejected, you might feel like this isn’t true. However, the VA has previously stated that its average error rate is around 14% when dealing with VA disability benefits, while other studies estimate the error rate closer to 40%. This means your claim may have been rejected due to a simple cl Read the rest of this entry »

postheadericon The Four Facts Everyone Should Know About Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Chapter 7 bankruptcy

Many people who have gotten into overwhelming, unmanageable debt end up filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy as a means to finding a new start with their finances. In fact, approximately 729,000 people filed for bankruptcy with the help of a Chapter 7 bankruptcy attorney in 2013.

And if you’re thinking about when to file bankruptcy, it’s essential that you do your research and know all the realities — both good and bad — of filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

Before you make the decision to file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you should know these four facts:

1. A Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a big decision: There are some long-lasting consequences of filing for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy Read the rest of this entry »

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