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Workers’ Compensation: Making Sure Your Claim Gets Paid

Posted by RahaimSaints on June 21, 2017 | Workers Compensation

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Just because you have been injured at work and filed a workers’ comp claim, that’s not a guarantee that you will actually be paid and still be able to take care of your family. There are some instances where you will need legal assistance in order to hold the insurance provider accountable when it comes to paying a workers’ comp claim. At Rahaim and Saints, our attorneys have a long track record of success in helping our clients obtain the compensation they deserve.

How Does Workers’ Compensation Work?

The idea behind workers’ compensation is to protect employers while providing employees a way to continue to get paid should they be hurt in a workplace accident. You will need to explain exactly how you were injured, because your claim could be denied if your medical records do not provide proper documentation of how it happened.…

Facing Foreclosure? Bankruptcy Might Be a Good Option for You

Posted by RahaimSaints on June 15, 2017 | Bankruptcy

No homeowner wants to consider foreclosure when they are buying their home. Unfortunately, for many Americans and Delaware residents, it is possible to fall behind on mortgage payments. When this happens, you could face foreclosure, which means the bank or lender can take legal steps to repossess your home and sell it to pay for the mortgage arrears and legal costs.

How a Foreclosure Lawyer in Delaware Can Help

In some cases, filing for bankruptcy can help you save your home and other important assets. If you file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, for example, you may be able to pause action on the foreclosure process and set up a payment plan to pay what you owe. Unfortunately, this means you will need to show you can pay for current mortgage payments and the arrears, which may not be possible if you are struggling to pay what you owe.…

How to Take Guardianship of Aging Parents

Posted by RahaimSaints on June 5, 2017 | Family Law

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If the roles become reversed and it’s time for you to take care of your elderly parents, you may be wondering how to get guardianship of an adult. This is a legal procedure where a court of law determines that, due to some sort of severe disability, a person is no longer capable of making decisions on his or her own. Here is some information on what the process entails.

How to Get Guardianship of an Elderly Parent

If a person can no longer protect himself or herself due to being unable to make decisions such as obtaining necessary food and shelter or getting medical treatment, a guardianship can be a great help. This legal tool is typically a last resort to provide assistance to people who face a problem such as mental illness or dementia and can’t provide their own care.…