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General Attorneys: Lives and Careers Did you know that in order to become an attorney in the United States, one must first earn a bachelor's degree. They must then apply to and get accepted to a law school, where they will spend three to four years studying law, specifically. They then have to pass a bar exam in order to legally be allowed to practice in their state. It's no secret that lawyers are well-educated, and they can get the job done when you need them to. Rely on a general attorney for your legal and representation needs, and dig into this blog to learn more about the profession.

Posted on: 14 May 2020
Are you trying to avoid a custody battle? You are not alone. Many people are doing their best to keep their children safe, but they do not realize that they are engaging in activities that could lead to a nasty custody battle. These tips will help you avoid a

Posted on: 8 May 2020
Consider this: your doctor prescribes you a medication for an illness or injury, but taking the medicine only makes you feel worse. Or perhaps you take the medication and later realize it is not what your doctor prescribed to you. Prescription errors are more

Posted on: 27 April 2020
Many people assume that having a simple slip-and-fall accident is enough to sue and get major compensation out of somebody. However, there are a lot of elements that must be present in order for you to even qualify for a lawsuit like this. Here is what you nee

Posted on: 23 April 2020
If you're on Social Security Disability, it's because you're considered too disabled to work. However, the benefits don't pay very much, and there may be jobs you're still able to do. What should you do to keep your benefits?  Watch Out for Income Limits

Posted on: 22 April 2020
For workers disabled with medical or mental conditions, the Social Security Administration (SSA) offers monetary benefits. To qualify, applicants need to fill out a lengthy application and then wait for a denial. That is because almost all applicants are denie