Planning for adulthood As the parent of a child with special needs, the first seventeen years involve you managing most of the daily decision making, things such as school, doctors, therapists, caregivers, transportation, shelter, and food. You do all this … Continue reading
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Our attorneys use this space to share information we hope you will find useful
on subjects relating to family law, personal injury and social security disability.
Often enough, both members of a military household are busy: the regular “busy” of being in the military, whether it be relocations, deployments, or temporary duties elsewhere and the “busy” of all the conflicts that come with that to include … Continue reading →
Recently across the regular media and social media, many have seen a significant increase in attention drawn to the hearing protection issued to the US Military. The military dual-ended ear plugs In an ever-connected world, especially in the deployed environment, … Continue reading →
Studies show that many of you procrastinate, sometimes for months, even though you’ve already made up your mind to go ahead and get divorced. We chose to make it the subject of our third offbeat “lessons”. If you have not … Continue reading →
It is the law! As you already know, state law mandates minimum coverage for any vehicle you are driving. So, what happens when you, a conscientious law abiding citizen, are injured in a car accident by someone who did not … Continue reading →
As we (should) all know, the law mandates that you maintain auto insurance on your vehicle. And it is no doubt that, in case of an accident, the fact that you have auto insurance is a source of peace of … Continue reading →
The aftermath of an injury for you or a loved one is often a whirlwind of emotions and frustrations. How long will you be in recovery? Can you afford it? What will insurance cover? How long before you can have … Continue reading →
In the typical personal injury suite you have a known defendant (the person who struck your vehicle for instance) and a known, or at least, a lead on an insurance company that has the potential to compensate for losses you … Continue reading →
After the success of the “Lesson 1 | Vulturos Attornicus” video, our quirky take on personal injury gone wrong, we are excited to share with you the sequel “Lesson 2 | Social Security Disability”: There truly is a better … Continue reading →
If you are in an accident that is clearly not your fault and you have injuries that did not require extensive treatment or a lengthy recovery period, you asking yourself: should I settle my own insurance claim? Legally, you can. You … Continue reading →