Clearing Out The Confusion: SSDI And SSI

When most people talk about Social Security, they might be referring to several different programs. Often, they are talking about their retirement benefit. There are two disability type programs, however, that people often get confused about. Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Insurance (SSI) are both aimed at those with medical disabilities, but they should not be confused with each other. For a better understanding of how they are different, read on. [Read More]

Is Your Singing Career About To Take Off? See A Lawyer

If you have been asked to sing at some local venues and people are starting to take notice of your singing abilities, along with your song writing talents, it's time to meet with a lawyer. You want to make sure that people are starting to treat and pay you like the artist that you are, and that you aren't signing any contracts that could jeopardize your career.  Here are a few of the things that you need to talk with an entertainment lawyer about. [Read More]

Steps For Picking A Bail Bond

Many things go into choosing the right bail bond services provider. The steps below can help you do a thorough job in your research. Step 1: Ask Your Attorney for Advice You might simplify this process quickly by getting a referral from your criminal defense attorney. Sometimes, they can get discounts with bail bonds companies that they have worked well with in the past. Step 2: Research Bail Bond Types [Read More]

5 Little Known Facts About Workers Compensation Claims

If you have been injured while on the job, many people are unsure whether or not they should even bother with a workers compensation claim. This is usually because there are some unknown facts about workers compensation claims that make people think they will not even be eligible for compensation. Here are some of the little known facts you should know: Pre-Existing Conditions Do Not Eliminate You From Compensation:  If your back was injured in a work related accident, but you already had back problems, you may think that you are not eligible for compensation, especially if you already receive regular treatments for your back issues. [Read More]