Daily Archives April 10, 2015

Accident Injury Claim – Get The Right Solicitor To

Accident Injury Claim – Get The Right Solicitor To Succeed

by: Mohammad Latif

An accident injury can happen almost anywhere: at home, at work, on the road, shopping, during sport activities and so on. Each of these situations may bring many troubles, particularly if the injury is severe enough to affect your personal lifestyle or your ability to work for a longer time. However, with an accident injury claim it helps to compensate losses caused by the accident injury.
It isn’t always 100% recoverable such an annual holidays with friends and family. This and many others of the likes are not recoverable. It’s something you have to miss.
You can on the other hand retrieve any money paid for medical treatments, journeys in relation to the accident such as visits to physiotherapy or medical cent...

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Social Security: Which Is Much Better Early Or Lat

Social Security: Which Is Much Better Early Or Late Retirement?

by: Jinky C. Mesias

The social security retirement benefit is given during the normal retirement age of a qualified member. The normal retirement age is the age at which the retirement benefits equal the amount of the primary insurance. However, the normal retirement age of members varies by year of birth. Any retirement before the normal retirement age may reduce the retirement benefits to be received by members however the opposite applies if ever members choose to retire after the normal retirement age. The amount of retirement after the normal retirement age is also much higher.
The social security follows a table of benefits in order to determine the amount of retirement benefits to be given...

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Plans Aren’t Wine, And They Don’t Always Age Well

Plans Aren’t Wine, And They Don’t Always Age Well

by: Molly Shomer

The following crossed my desk recently. The author gave me permission to share her story:
“Please alert people to something we’re experiencing right now – having to clean up the mess of someone not naming more than one person as beneficiary on a life insurance policy. We are having an impossible time trying to get the funeral expenses paid for my sister and my mother. They died within four days of each other, and they left each other as beneficiary of their life insurance policies.
‘If the person listed as a beneficiary dies, the insurance benefit goes into their estate.
‘The problem is, neither of them had a will, either.”
(Aside: This means that both estates, the mother’s and the daughter’s, will have to be probated by th...

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Living Will And Durable Power Of Attorney For Heal

Living Will And Durable Power Of Attorney For Health Care. What Is The Difference?

by: James Wood

A Living Will is a legal document addressing only deathbed considerations; a client unilaterally declares his/her desire that life-prolonging measures be discontinued when there is no hope of ultimate recovery.
On the other hand, people use a Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care to appoint someone to make all healthcare decisions, limited by certain elections regarding deathbed issues.
The client must be at least 18 years old and mentally competent at the time he/she executes either document but incompetent to participate in the decision-making process when either is implemented. It is important to remember that both documents are only applicable if the client is incompetent.
Under the a ...

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Abused Spouses: How Divorce May Affect Your Green

Abused Spouses: How Divorce May Affect Your Green Card Chances

by: Heather L. Poole

The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), passed into law in 1994 and amended in 2001, provides hope for immigrant abuse survivors. Under U.S. immigration law, immigrants may obtain a green card (“U.S. permanent residence”) by marrying a U.S. citizen (USC). The USC must, however under the normal course, petition U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (CIS, formerly known as “INS”) for an immigrant visa and a green card application for his/her immigrant spouse based on the marriage...

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