Red Flags Signalling Your Parent May Be Suffering From Elder Abuse At Their Nursing Home

Placing your senior parent in a nursing home is a tough decision to make. But, in some scenarios, this measure is unavoidable, as you may not be capable of providing your parent with the care and attention they need. For instance, they may have developed problems with their mobility and would require round-the-clock care to ensure they can get from one point to another. Alternatively, they may require constant assistance to get through everyday tasks, so it would be better to have them enrolled in a nursing home. Read More 

When To Consider Debt Consolidation

Debt is something that many people have experienced. If you're experiencing it right now, try not to panic. Debt can be stressful. But, with that said, there are solutions available. One such solution is debt consolidation. With this option, you can take all of your debt and turn it into one larger debt that you can pay off over time. Many people find this strategy much more manageable than trying to pay several lenders. Read More 

Three Ways to Increase Your Chances of Having Your SSDI Application Approved

Many people who apply for social security disability benefits have their applications denied, even though they truly are deserving of the benefits they are applying for. If you are denied, you can reapply, but this is still a waste of time and means you will have to go longer without the benefits to which you are entitled. So, what can you do to increase the chances of your SSDI claim being approved the first time? Read More 

Pursuing A DUI Car Accident Claim

If you are pursuing a car accident claim in which the defendant was also charged with a DUI (driving under the influence), then you should approach it differently from non-DUI accident claims. Here are a few things to note about a DUI accident claim: Start With a Claim In most injury cases, it's best to file an insurance claim if the defendant has an insurance policy that covers the accident; this is true with a DUI accident too. Read More 

What Does Dying Intestate Mean?

When a person dies without leaving behind a will, this means that their estate will have to go through a process called intestacy. The same process is also applicable if a will is invalidated. Partial intestacy is also applicable if the deceased didn't pass on all their assets. In the process of intestacy, it's the laws of your state that will decide how your property is going to be distributed. If there is real estate located in another state, the laws of the state where the property is located will be used. Read More