How to Calculate the Cost of Damages for Pain and Suffering

What qualifies as “damages”? Have you been injured in an auto collision due to someone else’s negligence? You may be entitled to compensation for the damages and losses resulting from the collision. Damages are defined as financial and non-financial losses resulting from the negligence of another. These losses may include medical bills, property damages, and […]

How to Keep Mistakes in Your Medical Records from Damaging Your Case

If you’re pursuing a personal injury case, your medical records–both past and present–play a critical role in the success of your case. Although you can’t correct mistakes in your past medical records, there are ways to prevent mistakes in your medical records following an injury or disability. 1. Specify the cause of injury. When you […]

3 Tips for Getting Disability Claims Approved

About 60% of Social Security Disability initial claim applications get denied. Such a startling number may make you feel like giving up before you get started. But before you give up altogether, here are three steps you can take to improve your chances of Social Security Disability claim approval. 1. Gather the right documentation. The […]

How a Gap in Treatment Affects Your Personal Injury Claim

After an auto collision, you have filed the police report, exchanged insurance information with the other driver, and have called someone to pick you up. What is your next step? For most people, all they can think about is getting home–and we understand! A collision, even a minor or moderate incident, can be shocking, emotional, […]

How Medical Treatment Affects Disability Claim Approval

One of the key ways to improve your chances of having a Social Security Disability claim approved is tied to the medical treatment you receive. Seeking treatment Before applying for Social Security Disability, you need to have a strong recent medical record proving that you have been seeking treatment for your condition, as well as […]