5 Signs That Your Employer Might Be Mishandling Your Workers' Compensation Case

If you have recently tried to file for workers' compensation, you may trust that your work will follow through on the process. However, it isn't always this simple and sometimes it is safer to bring in a workers' compensation lawyer to review your case. Here are five warning signs that your work might not follow through with your best interests in mind when it comes to workers' compensation. 1. If Things are Still 'Business as Usual' [Read More]

What You Can Do If Your New Home Has A Major Defect

After buying a home, you expect the house to be in the condition the seller said it was in. In fact, sellers are responsible for disclosing any problems a house has when they sell, but this doesn't always happen. If you end up with a problem in your new house that will cost you thousands of dollars to fix, you may want to hire a real estate lawyer for help. Here are two things the lawyer will do for if you have a home with defects. [Read More]

Safety Tips For Driving In The Bakken

The once obscure state of North Dakota has gotten a lot of attention in the past five years, thanks to the oil boom taking place in the Bakken Shale formation. Many people have come to the state looking for work and if you drive the roadways anywhere in the Bakken, there are some things you will want to keep in mind. Traffic Fatalities on the Rise While North Dakota has the lowest unemployment rate in the country, there has been a downside to the influx of people coming to the state. [Read More]

How A Lawyer Can Help Get You Approved For SSDI Benefits For A Back Injury

Did you injure your back at work and have been in pain ever since, even after undergoing back surgery? You may be able to get social security disability benefits to help you take care of living expenses. Find out below how a lawyer can help you get approved for social security disability insurance (SSDI), and the estimated price to hire one. How Can a Lawyer Assist with SSDI Approval? The key to getting approved for SSDI benefits is being able to prove that you have a disability that is not expected to get better. [Read More]