It is alarming when you are getting reports that your child is acting out at school. The teacher is telling you that your child is unhappy, does not want to play with his or her peers, and is unable to focus on any tasks. It is hard to believe this because your child is completely different at home. There has to be a reason for the change in behavior. An explanation for the difference in behavior could be a learning disability.
19 May 2017
After recovering from an accident with a commercial truck, you still have the difficult task of getting the insurance company to fairly compensate you for injuries and damages that occurred. As a response, the trucking company and its insurance provider might try to lessen the settlement amount. If you are not familiar with those tricks, you could end up settling for less than your claim is actually worth. To help you get a fairer settlement, here are some of the insurance company's tricks to look out for.
17 May 2017
After leaving the military, many veterans have medical or psychological conditions that need treatment. These conditions may not have been noticed during military service, they may not have been severe enough for an immediate medical discharge, or the chain of command at a final duty station may not have noticed the issue. While the Veterans Affairs (VA) disability claim system exists for supporting such conditions, the strict rules can result in a real condition being denied.
15 May 2017
Thinking about the end of your own life can be difficult and stressful, but it's also important to take that responsibility seriously. If you've built up assets or you have heirs who need to be taken care of, writing a will and guaranteeing the easiest possible transfer of your property is absolutely essential. The best way to start that process is to sit down and have an honest and open conversation with your probate attorney.
11 May 2017
Not only is it dangerous to you and your vehicle, but driving while under the influence can lead to deadly accidents for others on the road. Due to these risks, police in all states are capable of investigating a driver they feel may be under the influence. If you are speeding, changing lanes erratically, or look suspicious in any way, police can pull you over to check if you are under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
9 May 2017
When you are injured due to your own negligence, there is not much you need to do to document your injury. You seek medical treatment and try to recover the best that you can. However, injuries that are caused by another person require you to prove that you were injured if you plan to seek compensation for your losses. These tips can help validate your claim that you were injured.
5 May 2017
Working on an oil rig presents many dangers. The rig is pumping thousands of gallons of oil, which is highly flammable, from the depths of the ocean. At any point in time, there could be explosions, fires and toxic gases released into the station. Worst of all, there is no land for miles around and no boats for rescue. If you choose to work on an oil rig in the middle of an ocean, do you have any rights if you are injured?
2 May 2017
In order to be sure that you are making the most out of your business and the way that you operate, there comes a time that you need to come to grips with hiring a commercial litigation expert. Commercial litigation is necessary so that you are able to protect your business interests from circumstances that can create penalties and financial ruin if you are not careful. Take these tips in mind so that you are able to get the absolute most out of your company.
28 April 2017
The American government has several customs and laws in respect to its flag. If your flag touches the ground, it is against 4 U.S. Code § 8. This code speaks to the respect every U.S. citizen should show the flag of the United States. It is a general and permanent code of U.S. law. Will you actually get in trouble for a violation like allowing your flag to touch the ground?
26 April 2017
It's not biological mothers who determine whether to give up their children for adoption; the biological fathers have a say on the issue. Therefore, if you suspect that the biological mother of your child wants to give up the child for adoption, and you don't share their idea, there are measures you can take to block the adoption. First, you will need to do these three things: Establish Paternity You can't block a child's adoption if they aren't biologically yours.
25 April 2017