Daily Archives April 21, 2015

Filing the Social Security Disability Applications

Filing the Social Security Disability Applications: The Right Way

by: Marlon D. Ludovice

If you are going to file an application for your social security disability claim you can file it at the nearest local social security office. The applicant can start out by going to a nearby social security office and request an application form. For people with a computer and Internet access, downloading social security disability applications online is considerably easy and time efficient. Toll free numbers are also easily accessible in social security websites.
This is only the basic step in filing for a social security disability claim. And securing an application is not the final resource to take...

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Check Out That Privacy Policy

Check Out That Privacy Policy

by: Richard Lowe, Jr.

Before you enter your name, address or any other data in that form, STOP! Wait. Don’t enter anything yet. If you do, you may be giving away personal information to strangers, and you know what your mom said about talking to strangers.
Okay, back up a minute. You want to buy a new necklace for your wife at that great dot com you recently found. They require you to fill out a form first – your name, address, phone number and credit card information. They also want your email address, gender and income range.
So you know these people? Think about it for a minute. How many of your friends (even your best ones) have you told your true age or how much money you make...

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Questions and Answers on the Hague Convention on t

Questions and Answers on the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction

by: Trent R. Wilcox

Q: What is the Hague Convention?
A. The Hague Convention is a term used to cover a number of international treaties on different areas of the law, ranging from commercial issues, legal procedures and money judgments to international child abduction and adoption. There are many Conventions, each covering a different topic and having its own title. This Q&A publication is concerned with the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction, first created October 25, 1980 and since ratified by the U.S. and many, but not all, countries.
Q: What is the purpose of the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction?
A: The Hague Con...

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Lawsuit Loans. No Risk Loans

Lawsuit Loans. No Risk Loans

by: Fred Coutts

A relatively new source of financing is now available for both individuals and business owners. It is called lawsuit financing, often referred to as lawsuit loans or lawsuit funding. But these are not loans because the money does not have to be paid back unless the case is won.
Lawsuit financing (loans) help clients who are having financial difficulties. Lawsuit funders do not require credit checks, monthly payments, notes, or any other security.
Frequently, claimants have missed work or lost their job and can no longer meet their rent or automobile payments. In the past, these claimants have needed to accept lesser settlement amounts due to pressing financial difficulties...

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Political Coverage in West Virginia

Political Coverage in West Virginia

by: Jonathan Bentz

West Virginia, once a shoo-in Democratic state for many years, became a battleground state in 2004.
According to PresidentElect.org (http://www.presidentelect.org), only three Republicans had won West Virginia since 1960 before 2004. In 2000, George W. Bush was one of those three.
Pre-election polls pointed to President Bush again carrying the state. Although there was no state funded poll, analysts cautioned up to election day that West Virginia was still too close to call.
The notion that President Bush could have won a historically democratic state became an unpleasant challenge to the Democratic party. During the campaign season, both parties took no chances with the five electoral votes West Virginia held in the 2004 election.
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