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SSDI for Disabled Widows & Widowers
SSDI for Disabled Widows & Widowers

Has something happened to your husband or wife, something that caused them to pass away? If so, as a disabled widow or widower or surviving divorced spouse, you may be able to collect Social Security benefits if you meet the following conditions: You are between the ages of ...

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Blog Posts in 2019

  • Road Rage: How to Avoid It

    When you’re driving along and minding your own business, it can be unnerving to encounter an aggressive driver who suddenly and irrationally turns ...

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  • Can a Pedestrian Be At Fault for an Accident?

    You’ve probably heard the saying, “Pedestrians always have the right of way,” but does that mean that drivers are always held legally liable in all ...

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  • Lawsuits for Hazing Injuries in Texas

    Hazing may seem like something that hasn’t been popular for the past 20 or 30 years, but we assure you it is very much alive in Texas and throughout ...

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  • Social Security Numbers for Immigrants

    If you’re planning on living and working in the United States, you may be wondering, “Do I need to get a Social Security number?” and “Is that even ...

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  • Causes of Nursing Home Abuse

    You may wonder about the causes of nursing home abuse , and if you have a loved one who is in a nursing home or if you’re considering placing him or ...

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  • What is a Wrongful Death Claim?

    You are probably very familiar with homicide crimes – those involving manslaughter and murder. In these situations, the perpetrator killed the victim ...

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  • First Party vs. Third Party Insurance Claims

    In the majority of car accident and other personal injury cases, an insurance company is involved. This is typically the case in motor vehicle ...

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  • Can a Sex Offense Accusation Be Defended?

    Sex offenses, such as sexual assault are frowned upon heavily in Texas and a conviction can bring serious consequences for the accused. The problem ...

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  • Is it Legal to Wear Headphones While Driving in Texas?

    In the United States, some states prohibit the use of headsets or headphones and earbuds when driving, while others do not have a law against it. ...

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