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Lawrence & Associates Accident and Injury Lawyers, LLC Student Blog Writing Project Archives

January 22, 2018
Can One Protect Their Tax Refund During Bankruptcy?

Can your tax refund be protected during bankruptcy in Kentucky? Or is it subject to seizure?

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January 16, 2018
Jingle Bells or Jingle Blues?

The number of Americans in credit card debt after the holiday season is on the rise. So what would happen if a shopper stocks up on Christmas presents using his credit card, and then subsequently files for bankruptcy?

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December 11, 2017
Demystifying Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI): Calculating Benefits from Past Wages after the Finding of Disability

This article details SSA and third-party resources on calculating SSDI benefits, as well as the fundamentals of calculating SSDI benefits.

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December 7, 2017
In the Cincinnati Hearing Office, Does Getting VA Disability Guarantee Success with Social Security Disability?

In the past, attainment of full disability from the Veterans Administration weighed heavily in the favor of the applicant who applied for Social Security Disability. However, this is no longer the case.

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November 8, 2017
Eligibility Under Workers’ Comp and the Social Security Disability Insurance Program

A disabling injury or medical condition can strike anyone at any time. While rehabilitation and regaining one’s health is limited by the realities of modern medical science, maintaining economic security during these trying times is possible.

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October 19, 2017
The Difference Between Underinsured Coverage for Kentucky and Ohio Residents

According to a 2014 study, one in eight drivers in the United States are uninsured. We explore the differences in Ohio and Kentucky laws regarding uninsured coverage so you can be better informed of your rights and responsibilities, as well as the rights and responsibilities of all parties involved.

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September 22, 2017
When can a business be held liable for an independent contractor’s negligence?

We consider the case of Pusey v. Bator, and discuss whether a business may be held liable for the negligent acts of an independent contractor.

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August 30, 2017
Will Student Loan Debt Cause the Next Financial Crisis?

Recent reports indicate at least $5 billion are at stake in a protracted legal dispute between student borrowers and creditors. At the center of this dispute is an organization called the National Student Loan Trust (NCT). NCT buys private student loans then subcontracts to collection firms to file lawsuits in U.S. Courts.

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August 16, 2017
I Want a Jury Trial for My Workers’ Compensation Claim.  How Can I Get There and What Can They Decide?

The Ohio Workers’ Compensation Code allows an injured worker to appeal a decision by the Industrial Commission to a regular Court of Common Pleas and have a jury trial.  But if a worker makes that kind of appeal, what issues is the jury allowed to hear?

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August 9, 2017
Can I Sue for Being Exposed to Mold in Ohio? A Case Study of Terry v. Caputo

We examine the case of Terry v. Caputo, and consider some of the complexities of a claim due to toxic mold exposure.

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Last Updated : August 9, 2017
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