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Veterans who are not rated 100% disabled by VA but cannot work may still apply for Total Disability Based Upon Individual Unemployability (also called "TDIU"). If TDIU is approved, the veteran is paid at the 100% level. To qualify, the veteran has to be rated with one service connected disability at 60% or must have two or more disabilities with a combined rating of 70% or more (and one must be at least at 40%). They must also prove that their service connected disabilities keep them from working.
Posted by John Tucker on 2.14.17 in Articles.
Veterans who are not rated 100% disabled by VA but cannot work may still apply for Total Disability Based Upon Individual Unemployability (also called "TDIU"). If TDIU is approved, the veteran is paid at the 100% level. To qualify, the veteran has to be rated with one service connected disability at 60% or must have two or more disabilities with a combined rating of 70% or more (and one must be at least at 40%). They must also prove that their service connected disabilities keep them from working.
Posted by John Tucker on 2.14.17 in Articles.
ABSTRACT: The new Spanish Jury Law (Ley del Tribunal del Jurado) foreseeing by article 125 of the democratic Constitution of 6 December 1978 was finally enacted by Organic Law 5/1995 of 22 May (partially amended by Organic Law 8/1995 of 16 November), after being constantly urged by the Spanish “Association For Trial by Jury” (Asociación pro-Jurado), with the backing of the Basque Parliamentary Group in the Spanish Congress. The history of the Spanish Jury starts with the liberal Constitution of Cadiz in 1812 under the influence of the French Constitution of Bayona of 1808, being present dur
Posted by GUSTAVO LOPEZMUÑOZ LARRAZ on 12.20.16 in Articles.
An epidemiologist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta is suggesting that, in order to save lives, it might be a good idea to have greater laws limiting when our teens drive unsupervised at night.
Posted by Eileen Marsh on 11.22.16 in Articles.
If you’ve been hurt in a car accident, bitten by someone else’s dog, or sustained injuries in a slip and fall incident on someone else’s property, you may have the grounds to file a personal injury lawsuit. The article below will guide you through the stages of filling a personal injury case and what to expect.
Posted by Marc Grossman on 10.25.16 in Articles. (NY)
A must-have for any trial binder. This 10- page .pdf document contains the legal authorities for dozens of common evidentiary objections in an easy-to-read chart.
Posted by Jeff DiCello on 8.29.16 in Articles.
Lawyers in Springfield, Missouri won’t have to wait too long before they can begin petitioning courts to expunge old criminal convictions under a Missouri expungement bill that was signed by Governor Jay Nixon on July 13, 2016. Governor Jay Nixon signed Senate Bill 588 into law, which makes expungement in Missouri possible for thousands of Missourians with prior criminal convictions.
Posted by Thomas Carver on 8.8.16 in Articles.
Take advantage of summer down time
Posted by Elizabeth Miller on 7.24.16 in Articles.
Common and civil law albeit distinctive in a range of systems all through the world are beginning to make steps towards standards inside the universal business mediations. The intertwining of methods has lead civil litigation solicitors in Burnley to say common law is an all the more ruling method. In any case, there have been attempts to suit civil law standards in global business mediation.
Posted by hellen geek on 7.20.16 in Articles.
Guidelines for managing trust accounts and avoiding bar grievances
Posted by Elizabeth Miller on 7.18.16 in Articles.