We often get calls from people who get their long-term disability denied, necessitating an appeal. They want to know how they can win a long-term disability denial.
Another question we often get is what disqualifies a person from disability? Generally, disability benefits would be due if you are medically unable to do your job.
Regarding long-term disability plans, the question often arises about how many times you can be denied. Realistically, a long-term disability carrier can deny you upon first application, and then an appeal will be necessary.
Some clients often ask whether they have to actually report a car accident to their insurance. This happens when a driver thinks, "If it wasn't my fault, why should my insurance company get involved?"
We often get calls for car accidents where both parties blame each other. Potential clients then ask how they can prove they are not at fault during a car accident.
A question we often get is what to do after you've been in a car accident. If you've never been in one, the process might be confusing.
What are the laws that govern how to pass a bicycle sharing the roadway? New additions to Vehicle Code Section 21760 and the 3-foot rule share the rules for passing a bicyclist on the road.
We get a lot of calls from cyclists who get hit on the road, who are wondering if their car insurance covers them for an accident when hit by a car on the road.
We often hear from potential clients who have questions about dealing with the at-fault driver's insurance. Talk to an attorney before submitting a recorded statement to the at-fault driver's insurance.
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