3 Tips For Your Independent Medical Exam

Posted on: 23 May 2016

If you are making some sort of personal injury claim, you will need to be sure that you are prepared for an independent medical examination. These exams consist of receiving an evaluation from a third party doctor that has not seen you previously. Because this situation is integral to your claim, you will need to abide by some tips that will allow you to get the most out of your independent medical claim.
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Proving A Store Was Negligent In Floor Maintenance

Posted on: 9 May 2016

If you recently fell inside a store, and you sustained an injury, you likely want to prove the business was at fault so you can be compensated for medical expenses and lost wages. Proving negligence after a slip and fall accident may be a bit difficult, but can be done by using the following tips. Retain An Attorney To Help Find Similarities With Past Cases The best way to prove you had gotten hurt due to the fault of another is with help from a professional attorney.
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Understanding Disability Eligibility For Autistic Children

Posted on: 14 April 2016

Many children with autism find that the condition affects nearly every aspect of their life. If your child struggles with the demands of daily routines, it may lead to difficulties with obtaining a traditional education or working in a productive job. In situations like that, Social Security Disability may provide some financial support for you to get the care and support that your child needs. Here's a look at what you should know about your child's eligibility.
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How To Prove The Existence Of An Oral Contract

Posted on: 30 March 2016

Did you know that oral contracts are enforceable? Yes, you can agree to babysit for your neighbor in exchange for use of his or her lawnmower, shake your hands on it, and it will be legally binding for both of you. The problem comes when your neighbor renegades on the deal and declines to allow you use the lawnmower. If you sue, you will need to prove that the contract actually existed.
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