What Should You Do If A Doctor Refuses To Complete Your Disability Paperwork?

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When you initially file for Social Security Disability Insurance, also known as SSDI or disability, you may assume your doctors will be on board. After all, they’re the ones who treat your conditions, so they should understand the severity of your health problems. Unfortunately, doctors are notorious for failing to complete disability paperwork. If your doctor refuses to fill out your SSDI forms, let a disability attorney know. In the meantime, here are some steps you can take.…

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Your Child Custody Guide

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Many people have children, but when parents get divorced or aren’t married, child custody can become an issue. In many cases, the courts choose who is the primary caregiver and who pays child support. If you would like to know more, keep reading. Who Gets Custody of the Child? Typically, the court awards custody to the parent who can provide the best, most stable, and most healthy lifestyle. They also want to ensure the child’s life is disturbed as little as possible (staying in the same home, staying at the same school, etc.…

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How to Handle the Insurer and Still Get Paid after an Accident

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It’s important for vehicle accident victims to understand that they have an adversarial relationship with the other driver’s insurer. If the other driver is at fault for the accident, they are not on your side even if they appear to be decent, polite people. To find out how you should be dealing with the other driver’s insurer to protect your rights to compensation, read on. They Will Contact You The more likely it is that their client was at fault for the accident, the sooner the other side will contact you.…

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