Exposure to toxic mold can cause a host of problems, including headaches, respiratory problems, memory loss, and even hypersensitivity pneumonitis. In many instances, the exposure occurs in the home. Your landlord has a responsibility to ensure your home is habitable. If he or she has failed to do this, there is a possibility that you can file a civil lawsuit against him or her. Does Your State Have Mold Laws? [Read More]
Bankruptcy School and You
When you finally admit to yourself that your debt load is just too overwhelming to deal with, you may decide to declare a chapter 7 bankruptcy. You can, with a single federal filing, make the vast majority of your debt and the harassing phone calls that come with it simply disappear in a matter of months. You might be surprised to find, however, that you must now do some school work before you can have this handy form of debt relief become final. [Read More]
What Makes A Strong VA Disability Claim?
Have you been denied Veterans Affairs (VA) disability benefits? Have you heard the horror stories about excessive delays caused by mismanagement or being denied automatically during rushed claim intake situations? Some situations are obviously illegal and require a lawyer immediately, but many situations just need you to be careful with your claim or appeal. Here are a few details to help you craft a strong claim, along with situations where a lawyer should be your first call. [Read More]
Do You Really Need A Social Security Disability Attorney? Find Out Now
Too many people find themselves making the mistake of assuming that they do not need an attorney and that they will be just fine applying for Social Security Disability on their own. Sure, it is true that they are not bound by law to hire anyone to help them, as they can fill out the papers on their own. However, going through the application process without the proper legal assistance might not be the best idea. [Read More]