Social networking sites, such as Facebook, Google and Twitter, have the potential to damage your claim for a personal injury. Insurance companies and claim agents will use Google, Yahoo and other search engines to access these sites and find information they can use against you, including posts or pictures about how the accident happened, who caused it, who was at fault and its effects—even posts that have nothing to do with the accident.
A time may arise when you may be asked to provide information from last year’s tax return. Whether it be for a student loan, mortgage, or a VISA, it’s important to know how to obtain this important information. The IRS offers a free transcript service to get you the information you need.
Lately, I have been receiving solicitations from insurance companies pushing LTC insurance. I have become aware of just how expensive it can be to go through long term care(nursing homes, residential care facilities, etc.) It is easy to see life savings eaten up by just a few years of long term care.
Each year hundreds of people experience what they think are flu symptoms:
These are actually symptoms of CO poisoning.
No matter how calm and collected you may be in your everyday life, a serious accident can easily leave you feeling panicked and confused.
Most people think of Valentine’s Day as a romantic time in which happy couples get to spend quality time together. Believe it or not, the weeks leading up to Valentine’s Day are also a very popular time for divorces.
After being in a car accident, your life can become difficult. You may have injuries that require months or years of recovery, operations or other treatments. You may be limited by your new disabilities or have to miss social gatherings due to pain or other issues.