A Notice of Overpayment is sent from the Social Security Administration, or SSA, when a disability recipient has been overpaid benefits. If you received this notice, you have several options for handling the situation. File an Appeal If you believe that you were not overpaid by the SSA, you can file an appeal. It is possible that the notice was sent in error, an
- Some startling news stories in recent years discussed how minorities were the target of discrimination when they filed for worker's compensation. However, the racist issues involved are old news when compared to the latest type of discrimination--obesity. Now people can be fired, receive lower pay for the same job, or refused employment because they are fat. With over
- If you have never been a party to a divorce that will involve a trial before, there are some things you should be aware of. These tips will help you to be professional during your case so that you can obtain your fair share of the agreement. Be Professional A divorce trial has much more in common with a civil trial than a criminal trial. All the matters (besides child
- Can a DWI (driving while intoxicated) conviction affect your career? The damage to your professional career and problems getting licensed are two unexpected consequences of DWI convictions. Why Should A DWI Affect Your Career? It might seem unfair, especially if an isolated incident led to the DWI charge, but a DWI conviction is seen as a possible indicator that you s
- When you write out a will, you expect it to be followed in exactly the manner you laid out. This is especially true if you have a large sum or money or a lot of property you would like your grandchild or child to have after you are gone. Making the right legal choices about your last will and testament is essential for your family to get what you leave to them.