DUI Convictions And Auto Insurance: What You Must Know

If you get charged with driving under the influence, also known as a DUI, then you have a lot to think about. One issue that is easy to overlook when facing DUI charges is the effect that a conviction will have on your insurance coverage. The following article takes a closer look at some of the key aspects of this important matter. Tell Insurer In most cases, your insurer will run a check when your policy is up for renewal and discover your DUI conviction. [Read More]

When Will Your Spousal Support End?

Contrary to popular opinion, divorce still offers those who can demonstrate a need the option of spousal support (alimony). Spousal support should never be considered a thing of the past, regardless of its traditional roots based on the wife's needs. While in past wives may have often stayed home to care for children and forgone career opportunities, nowadays the husband of the marriage may be just as entitled to this vital form of financial support as the wife. [Read More]

3 Tips For Ensuring Your Social Security Disability Application Is Approved

Applying for Social Security Disability benefits is a daunting, sometimes complicated process but it's also a worthwhile one that can lead to much better quality of life. Once your Social Security Disability benefits are approved, you will receive monthly income to help pay for your bills since your disability makes it difficult or impossible to work. You will also receive health insurance and access to other benefits, including free medical transportation. Here are three tips for ensuring your Social Security Disability is approved: [Read More]

Hit by a Teen With a Learner's Permit? What Are Your Legal Options?

Being involved in an auto accident is an unpleasant but somewhat inevitable part of the driving life -- in fact, most drivers will file an accident claim at least once every 18 years. However, being struck by an unlicensed driver or a teenager who is covered only by a learner's permit can present some additional complications you may not be prepared for, even if you've been through the accident scenario before. [Read More]