Buying a new home can be exciting but it is also a lot of responsibility. Not only are you responsible for the upkeep of the home but also your mortgage payments. Before you sign the dotted line, however, you should make sure you have disability insurance. Below is some more information about this to help you get started.
If you were to get sick and have to miss work for a long period of time, you would have no money coming in, which may result in you losing your home.
Sometimes, it's tough being a parent. Young families often don't have the money to put a large down payment on a house of their own, so they have to find a suitable rental. Finding a rental in a good neighborhood, with decent rates, the right number of beds, a good school system and a kid-friendly neighborhood isn't always easy to do -- especially if you meet with discrimination just because you have children.
Applying for disability benefits with the Social Security Administration (SSA) can be a tedious process. Filing a claim can be even more frustrating when you're turned down. Nearly two-thirds of all initial Social Security disability claims are denied. When a claim is denied, it becomes a complicated legal appeal process. Here is an overview, of the critical technical reasons for the denial of a Social Security disability claim.
SSDI vs. SSI
If your neighbor is enriching on your property, you can get back your property rights by taking legal action. However, there are a few options you can and should try first before suing your neighbor; here are three examples of such options:
Confirm the Encroachment First
Few things are as bad as false accusations, so you need to confirm that your neighbor is actually encroaching on your property before making the accusations.
If you are sure you have caused a car accident, shouldn't you just admit fault and save everybody all the trouble of determining liability? On the surface, this seems like good advice, but if you dig a little bit deeper, you will realize why it's a terrible idea. Here are several reasons you should never admit liability after a car crash:
Your Insurer Doesn't Want You to Do It
Most insurers will tell you not to admit fault even after causing the accident.