Unfortunately, it's not hard to come to the realization that you have more outstanding debt and bills than money coming into your account. Seeing your funds drain on a monthly basis can be frustrating and even scary, and coming to the decision that you need to declare bankruptcy is not an easy one for anyone to make. While it can seem easy to get into debt, often creeping up on you before you fully realize it, it can be very hard to get out of debt or even to know what to do when considering bankruptcy.
Your doctor may have you taking prescription medication that could impair your abilities to drive safely. Did you know that those prescription medications could land you in the back of a police car facing DUI charges?
Here, you will learn a little about what police look for during a traffic stop that can cause them to arrest you and charge you with driving under the influence of drugs:
During the economic crisis of the late 2000s, the federal government began extending unemployment benefits to last for up to 99 weeks -- nearly two full years. This extension of federal unemployment benefits provided a life preserver to many families who were facing foreclosure, eviction, or the repossession of a vehicle due to job loss. However, these benefits began to phase out as the economy improved, and today's unemployed individuals will generally find themselves receiving compensation for a much briefer period of time.
Are you an adult who was born with a congenital heart defect (CHD) and can no longer work? If so, you might qualify for social security disability.
Who Are Adults with Congenital Heart Defects?
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there are more adults than ever currently living with heart defects with which they were born. Most of this is due to the advances in care and treatment of these congenital defects.
An application for Social Security disability can take several months or longer to be reviewed and approved or denied. During that time, you could be without income while the Social Security Administration (SSA) is making a decision on your case. There are some ways that you can possibly speed up the processing of your application though.
The SSA has a special program that allows people with terminal illness to undergo an expedited approval process.