Dealing With Appeals Process Following Denial of Long-Term Disability

A disabled worker does not face the prospect of dealing with the appeals process until the insurance company has asked for that same worker to complete specific tests. One test show whether or not the tested individual can perform the tasks associated with his or her own occupation. Later, a second test checks to see if the same person can perform the tasks associated that match with his or her education and experience. (more…)

Allured Into Signing A Waiver

Some adults get a thrill from taking-on a challenge, no matter how risky that action might be. Some entrepreneurs have chosen to take advantage of the alluring nature of such risky challenges. Those same entrepreneurs have created facilities in which customers can pay to display their readiness to confront danger. The law stipulates that the owner of such a facility must provide each customer with the chance to sign a waiver. (more…)