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SSDI: What is Substantial Gainful Activity?
SSDI: What is Substantial Gainful Activity?

Just about everybody needs to work, they have no choice. If they didn’t work for a living, they’d lose their home. They wouldn’t be able to keep the lights on and put food on the table, and they’d eventually have to file bankruptcy. What can we say? A large percentage of the ...

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Blog posts in February, 2019

  • Can I Use a Hidden Camera in a Texas Nursing Home?

    With Americans living longer than ever before, we’re dealing with age-related issues, such as chronic health conditions, cognitive impairments, mental ...

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  • Can Sexual Assault Victims Sue?

    Across the country, sexual assault is downright illegal. In Texas, it can be charged as sexual assault or aggravated sexual assault depending on the ...

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  • Hazing Lawsuits in Texas

    Hazing commonly occurs at middle schools, high schools and colleges. In Texas, “hazing” refers to an intentional, reckless act that occurs either on ...

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  • Immigration & Adopting a Child Abroad

    Are you considering an international adoption? If so, you are thinking of doing a wonderful thing that will certainly change a child’s life for the ...

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  • How Are Injured Pedestrians Compensated?

    When a pedestrian is hit by a car, the amount of compensation he or she receives will depend on the extent of their injuries, the amount and type of ...

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  • Should I See a Chiropractor After a Car Accident?

    Car accidents are “exciting” events but not in the way your first trip abroad is exciting, not in the way a roller coaster is exciting, and not in the ...

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  • Loss of Consortium in Texas

    You’re probably familiar with the fact that when someone is injured in an accident and it’s someone else’s fault, the injured party can file a ...

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  • Can I Get SSDI For Months Before I Apply?

    Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits are specifically for workers who become seriously disabled with a medical condition that will last at least ...

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  • What is the Texting While Driving Law in Texas?

    Since cars were invented drivers have been engaging in some form of distracted driving. From talking to passengers, to lighting up cigarettes, to ...

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