Getting stopped by a police officer while driving can be scary. If you have been drinking or if you have any drugs in your system (including prescription drugs that warn against driving) it can be even scarier. While you have probably seen a DUI traffic stop on television, there are a lot of things that can happen that do not make it into a TV show. You can be pretty certain you will be cuffed and taken to the jail house or detention center; other than that, you may be very surprised at what occurs.
The right representative can do a lot to further your social security disability case. Here are some common options you have for getting representation. Why You Need Representation There are a lot of reasons why social security claim representation is a good idea. First of all, if you are severely injured, then you may not have the strength to track down missing documentation for your claim and answer phone calls from social security officers and other people involved with your case.
If you have been in a car accident with another driver, their insurance adjuster is going to call you in order to gather information that they need to determine how much damage has been done. Since you cannot avoid this phone call, you want to be sure that you are strategic in how you handle it. Here are four tips to help the call run smoothly on your end. Stay Calm: The first important step is to remember to stay calm.
As the year winds to an end, it is important to re-evaluate your financial and personal situation to determine if you need to make adjustments before tax time. The last few months are your chance to make changes that could net you a bigger tax refund or a smaller tax bill. To ensure you are on the right path with your finances, here are some end-of-the-year tips to keep in mind.
Having an E-2 visa does not guarantee you will get a green card. However, you can apply for one. Here's everything you need to know about applying for a green card and becoming a permanent resident in the United States. Multiple Channels There are different ways to apply for a green card. It is possible for a family member or an employer to be the qualifying person for your application—a necessary step.