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Useful Disability Law Attorney Definitions

Various types of attorneys and lawyers assist people with legal matters every day. This includes disability attorneys that help out with personal injury cases and liability lawsuits. Depending on the situation, many individuals have the legal right to file a lawsuit against an employer or company they work for. However, it is important to fully understand routine terminology that apples to this branch of law. Therefore, you should take a look at the key terms and definitions listed below.

  • Disability Attorney – A legal professional or lawyer that represents someone who suffers from a personal injury or disability. Often these attorneys help people who are injured at their place of business or work place.
  • Law Firm – This is a firm, office or business or lawyers. Most law firms have two or more attorneys that represent clients in legal proceedings.
  • Personal Injury Lawyer – An attorney that represents people who are injured. Their clients may or may not be their fault. However, many of these individuals are hurt while at work, in a store, or in a public area, and someone else is liable.
  • Liability – This is the condition of being responsible for something.
  • Lawsuit – This is a claim that is brought to a court of law to be settled.
  • Financial Compensation – Money that is awarded to someone for a loss or injury. Many people are compensated in disability or personal injury cases if they were hurt on the job.
  • Social Security – A government regulated system that provides a certain portion of money or aid to individuals who do not have sufficient income due to retirement, an injury or disability, or another reason.
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    Washington, DC 20005
    Whether you have been in an accident or discriminated against, just call our local Abilene area disability law attorneys. Specializing in disability law to get you the settlement you deserve from our attorneys.
     
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    Elizabeth Wagstaff
    104 Pine St, Abilene, TX 79601
    (325) 673-2598
    Roy B Longacre Atty
    290 Cedar St, Abilene, TX 79601
    (325) 677-6291
    William L Burke
    317 Locust St, Abilene, TX 79602
    (325) 677-4777
    Sam Reyes Attorney
    100 Chestnut St, Abilene, TX 79602
    (325) 672-7000
    Frank Conard Law Firm
    307 Locust St, Sweetwater, TX 79556
    (325) 236-6864
    Zollie C Steakley PLLC
    101 E 3rd St, Sweetwater, TX 79556
    (325) 235-8700
    Gerald R Ratliff Atty
    125 S Irving St, San Angelo, TX 76903
    (325) 653-6767
    Sam Sparks Attorney
    314 W Harris Ave, San Angelo, TX 76903
    (325) 653-6866
    Bailey Law Firm
    311 W Harris Ave, San Angelo, TX 76903
    (325) 658-1111
    Danny Hardesty Atty
    17 S Chadbourne St Ste 205, San Angelo, TX 76903
    (325) 658-6040
    Texas Workers Compensation Commission
    622 S Oakes St, San Angelo, TX 76903
    (325) 657-0404


    Legally, physically and mentally handicapped individuals have the right to reasonable accommodation in the workplace. They may also have the right to disability pay through social security. Most of these rights are enshrined in the Americans with Disabilities Act, passed in 1990. Disability law attorney firms specialize in providing legal advice on issues affecting the disabled. They may assist businesses in abiding by the requirements of the ADA. They may also help individuals deal with social security benefits. In many cases, they are involved in claims or suits that involve employment requirements. For example, they may help protect a visually impaired person's right to have their service dog with them in the workplace. These firms may also help with personal injury suits and situations where a business may be obliged to compensate an individual. They may help determine liability for an injury and fight for appropriate financial settlements. They may also have to deal with health insurance companies. In some cases, they may handle civil cases in the courtroom, although it is common for such suits to be settled. In other situations, they may help disabled students find scholarships and obtain financial aid. A disabled person may also need an attorney to advocate for them when they are unable to, including in medical matters. As a result, these lawyers may be involved in deeply personal affairs. Some aspects of disability law vary from state to state and even county to county. In theory, though, federal protection exists, and attorneys often have to ensure it is put into practice.
     
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