3 Social Security Disability Tips For Fibromyalgia Sufferers

Living with a disease that causes chronic pain is hard enough. Going to work every day while living with a disease that causes chronic pain may be nearly impossible – yet many fibromyalgia sufferers attempt to do just that, because they don't know that they can qualify for disability benefits, or they don't know how to get approved. If you're living with fibromyalgia, or you're living with chronic pain that you suspect is caused by fibromyalgia, there is help out there for you. [Read More]

Common Driver Errors That Contribute To Trucking Accidents

Colliding with a commercial truck is traumatizing at the very least. Those who are lucky enough to survive accidents with large trucks often suffer not only serious physical injuries, but also psychological trauma that may make it difficult for them to drive again following the accident. One of the most common causes of trucking accidents is driver error. If you're the victim of the accident, it's important that you and your lawyer take the conduct of the driver into account when considering making a personal injury claim. [Read More]

The Important Work Of A DWI Lawyer In Dealing With The Prosecuting Attorney

One of the key ways a lawyer can have a positive impact on your arrest for driving while intoxicated involves working directly with the prosecuting attorney's office. By working with the prosecution before your case goes in front of a judge, your lawyer may help you avoid having to go to court altogether. Being arrested does not necessarily mean being charged, and being charged does not necessarily mean having to proceed to court. [Read More]

What Is The "Necessity Defense" In DUI Cases -- And Can It Help You?

If you've been charged with driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) while fleeing a dangerous situation, you may be wondering whether there are any defenses you can reasonably assert. It seems unfair to be charged with a crime when you were attempting to save your own life. Fortunately, criminal law recognizes the doctrine of necessity as a viable defense in certain situations. Read on to learn more about the necessity defense and whether it could potentially help you avoid a criminal conviction or jail time. [Read More]