3 Programs That Can Expedite The Social Security Disability Approval Process

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. TERI Program The SSA has a special program that allows people with terminal illness to undergo an expedited approval process. Read More 

4 Ways In Which A Helmet Can Impact Your Motorcycle Accident Lawsuit

If you ride a motorcycle, then you likely know how important it is to wear a helmet. Wearing a helmet can greatly reduce the chances of a serious injury or even death in the event of an accident. Your helmet can also impact your ability to seek compensation for any injuries suffered in an accident. If you're in an accident caused by someone else's negligence or recklessness, you may be able to file a suit. Read More 

Home Buyers: 3 Legal Issues That You Should Consider While Shopping For A Condominium

If you're like most people who want to live in a condominium, you made your choice because of the conveniences and amenities that come along with such a living arrangement. Since there are so many on-site amenities and maintenance is taken care of by the Home Owners Association (HOA), condo living is almost worry free. However, there are certain legal issues that can arise when you purchase a condo that you wouldn't have to consider if you purchased a house. Read More