Whether you’re loving your single life, or happily married and just don’t have children, there are numerous reasons as to why you still need an estate plan. Below are just a few of the most important: Incapacitation If you’re ever in a situation where you can no longer make decisions on your own, you need
At this years MAJ Workers’ Compensation/Social Security Seminar, one speaker revealed a rather unnerving piece of information regarding the latest method being used by insurance companies to investigate claims – drone surveillance. Yes, that’s right. Insurance companies have finally taken to using actual drones to fly over people’s homes, and take personal photos without their
The road to receiving Social Security disability benefits is a long and complex one. Everything in your application has to be absolutely perfect, and even so much as one mistake can result in you having to start the whole process all over again – which can be extraordinarily frustrating! Fortunately, there are some things you
The early months of 2019 have been some of the coldest on record for many states across our nation, and Michigan is no exception. Over a dozen Michigan State Police vehicles so far have already been struck while out on patrol due to drivers affected by inclement weather, leaving some officers injured and others hospitalized.
Every year the Workers’ Compensation Agency (WCA) releases new Weekly Benefits Tables to help recipients throughout the state easily check on their allotted payment rates, as well as make sure they aren’t being taken advantage of by sly insurance companies. Right now the 2019 benefit tables are officially out, so to help you utilize them
Gov. Rick Snyder’s efforts to sign nearly 700 new bills into law before the end of his final year in office have resulted in a few new laws. Many changes have been made already, and plenty more are on the way! In fact, below are just a few of the new laws you’re likely to
Cyberbullying is a severe public health issue that affects men, women, and children of all ages throughout the United States. For years, lawmakers have been attempting to find just the right solutions and determine appropriate punishments for offenders, but even now only a few states have actual legal consequences in place. However, more and more
If you’ve been advocating for recreational marijuana for some time, Michigan’s latest ruling on the subject likely has you jumping for joy. However, before you start getting too excited, you should take a moment to familiarize yourself with what exactly the law has to say about the subject. Doing so will not only ensure you’re