Long term disability is an insurance program that replaces a portion or all of your income if you suffer from an injury or condition that prevents you from working for extended period. Though most individuals associated long term disabilities with physical injuries or diseases, it's possible to make a claim if you have a mental illness that interferes with your ability to do your job. Here are a few things you should know about making a long term disability claim for mental illness.
There are a lot of different things that can contribute to a truck accident -- but would you believe that the amount of time a trucker spends sitting at a loading dock is one of them? Learn more about the surprising impact loading and unloading delays have on roadway safety. "Detention Time" Is A Truck Driver's Enemy "Detention time" is what truckers call every minute in excess of the industry standard -- which is two hours -- given for loading and unloading their cargo.
When you're facing legal issues, you depend on your attorney to make the right decisions for your case. Unfortunately, that doesn't always happen. Occasionally, attorneys are guilty of malpractice. Legal malpractice can have devastating consequences for you, your family and your future. It's important to note that legal malpractice doesn't mean that a minor mistake has been made, or that you lost your case. For legal malpractice to exist, your attorney must have made serious and negligent mistakes in the handling of your case.
If you have been charged with driving under the influence (DUI), then you should be careful with the defense strategies you choose for your case. This is because there are many DUI defenses that people try, but not all of them work. Here are some of the viable defenses you should try: You Were Improperly Stopped The police don't have the authority to stop anyone and everyone on the road. The police need a reason--known as called probable cause--to stop you.
If you've been the victim of a car accident, your life will probably undergo many changes. Being hurt and having to deal with your wrecked vehicle can seem overwhelming enough before you even consider the emotional effects of the wreck. Personal injury law recognizes just how damaging the mental effects of being involved in a car accident can be and addresses that with a form of damage known as pain and suffering.