Medical Diagnostic Errors Can Lead To The Misdiagnosis Of A Medical Condition

With some medical conditions, getting a proper diagnosis is the biggest battle. Without the right diagnosis, patients cannot receive the treatment they need. While there are medical conditions that are indeed very difficult to diagnosis, sometimes errors are made in diagnostic testing, which can lead physicians to misdiagnose their patients. If you are a patient who has been misdiagnosed, it may be due to diagnostic errors. Here's what you need to know. [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]

How To Hasten Your Recovery From TBI

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is one of the most dangerous injuries you can incur in an accident. Its effects can have far-reaching effects on your life and the lives of your loved ones. This means you need the maximum settlement possible to reduce some of these effects on your life. As usual, you will need to show that you took the necessary steps to mitigate your damages when processing a TBI injury claim or lawsuit. [Read More]