If you're going through a divorce with a child involved, be prepared that one of you will need to be making child support payments to the person that has custody. If you're able to agree on the child support payments in mediation, you will be in control of how much is paid each month. If not, a judge will make that decision for you. Here are some of the factors that go into determining how much is owed for child support.
Serving in the military is more than a physical battle. This experience can also leave behind extensive psychological and emotional scars, including post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD. While a real and valid concern, proving or documenting this type of condition can be somewhat of a challenge. However, for a successful claim, it is a necessary step.
Prepare A Symptom And Effect Record
Prepare a symptom and effect record. Within this record, you will have someone close to you document your symptoms from PTSD as well as the reaction that they generate.
Many people believe if someone crashes into the back of a car, that person automatically takes all the blame. While there's something to that notion, you shouldn't make that automatic assumption. Rear-end collisions don't always fall fully on one party.
How Rear-End Collisions Generally Happen
Rear-end collisions occur for a variety of reason. Almost all of them involve the person behind either following too close, or not paying attention.
That's why there's a general assumption that the person behind takes all the blame when these types of collisions occur.
If you've been injured, you may feel you can handle your own affairs in the settlement process. Besides, you'll get more money if you don't have to pay any personal injury lawyers, right? You may ultimately find this is not the best idea. Here are four questions to ask yourself if you're considering not hiring personal injury counsel for your case.
1. What if You Experience Future Problems as a Result of Your Injuries?
Car accidents do not always end with both cars being repaired at a local auto body shop. In severe car accidents, one or both of the vehicles could be considered totaled by the insurance company. If your car was declared a total loss by an insurance company, here is what you need to know.
Why Is Your Car Considered Totaled?
After a car accident, the insurance company will rely on an adjuster to review the damages incurred and make a determination what it will take to make the innocent party whole again.