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Monthly Archives: June 2015

How to Prepare Well before Deposing the Plaintiff in a Personal Injury Case

How to Prepare Well before Deposing the Plaintiff in a Personal Injury Case

In personal injury cases, deposition of the plaintiff is significant from the point of view of winning the case. Though it is generally considered tedious, a proper deposition helps prevent surprise and enables the defense attorney to prepare well for the trial. Depositions that are carefully planned, taken and skillfully used have a great impact … Continue reading How to Prepare Well before Deposing the Plaintiff in a Personal Injury Case

Why One Should Consider Social Security before Retirement Age

Why One Should Consider Social Security before Retirement Age

Typically, people start thinking about Social Security when they reach age 60. However, the fact is that many individuals may need SS benefits even before they retire. There are certain solid reasons why one should think about these federal benefits at an early age itself. Statistics show that around 33% of the present day 20-year-olds … Continue reading Why One Should Consider Social Security before Retirement Age

Social Security Disability Benefits for Service Members

Social Security Disability Benefits for Service Members

The United States Social Security Administration administers benefits and ensures financial protection for around 64 million individuals in the nation. Social security benefit payments are made to adults and children with disabilities, retirees, and surviving family members with the objective of maintaining the welfare and protection of American citizens. The Administration also offers Medicare benefits … Continue reading Social Security Disability Benefits for Service Members

The Electronic Health Record in Litigation – Some Considerations

The Electronic Health Record in Litigation – Some Considerations

EHRs in litigation – many practitioners may not have given serious consideration to the fact that EHRs contain important information relevant to malpractice litigation and may be “discoverable” from a legal point of view. Electronic health records can prove confusing and complicate court proceedings. It is important that in today’s EHR driven healthcare scenario physicians … Continue reading The Electronic Health Record in Litigation – Some Considerations