How Much Should My Injury Settlement Be?

If you are the innocent victim as a result of the negligence of another, you may very well be legally entitled to make a claim for a money settlement. The magic question that is asked so often is: How much should my settlement be? What you need to know right away is that the process […]

Proving Injuries in Car Accident Cases

Being able to successfully pursue your car accident case means being able to prove the full extent of your injuries. This may sound simple enough, but unfortunately, when dealing with car insurance companies, nothing is that simple. That is why it is important not to delay getting treatment immediately following the car accident or have […]

Do You Qualify For Workers Comp?

Some people erroneously think that in order to qualify for the benefits provided by worker’s compensation, your injury or illness has to be catastrophic. Not every illness or accident you suffer on the job has to be life altering to qualify for worker’s compensation benefits in Oregon. Also, an injury does not necessarily have to […]

Am I Eligible for SSDI?

One of the first questions that come to mind when thinking about social security disability income is, “what injuries or illnesses make a person eligible for benefits”? The answer to this question is two-fold. On the one hand, there is a publication called the social security blue book that lists most of the qualifying injuries […]

Follow These Tips For Navigating A Personal Injury Claim Without Representation

When you retain an attorney for your personal injury case, the majority of those stressful tasks are taken care of so all you have to do is get well. However, if you decide to pursue settlement of your insurance claim unrepresented; here are some tips: Obtain and Review your Medical Records:  The value of your personal […]

What Are Social Security Benefits?

  What Are Social Security Benefits? Social Security Disability benefits are meant to provide a monthly monetary payment for you to live on if you become ill or disabled, and are no longer able to support yourself. Receiving benefits, then, is based on your ability – or inability – to work. The Social Security Administration […]