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Ken Kieklak, Attorney at Law
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If you were injured in a car accident, one of your first questions may be to ask how much your case is worth. It is difficult to fully understand what your case might be worth without looking at the rules in your state that govern what you can recover in…
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Receiving federal aid may be your only way of seeking income to support yourself if you face an ongoing medical condition that keeps you from working. However, while this money comes from the US Government’s Social Security Agency (SSA), child support is…
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Every personal injury case in Arkansas is limited by what’s known as a “statute of limitations.” These cases put a time limit on your ability to file a lawsuit. If you wait too long to file your case, you may be time-barred from filing at all. This means…
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Being injured in an accident can be frustrating. Not only might you be facing serious injuries that cause pain and discomfort, but you may be out of work or unable to return to work. If you were injured, you may be entitled to compensation. Arkansas…
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If you are severely injured in a slip and fall, you may be able to get compensation from a lawsuit or an insurance claim against the person who owns the property. Many of these cases go to court, where a jury ultimately decides how much money you can get…
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Since many independent contractors do not qualify for workers compensation under Arkansas’ rules, they may need to turn to disability programs if they suffer an injury that keeps them from working. Personal injury, workers’ compensation, and Social…
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Social Security is not just for the elderly. Thousands of Americans, young and old, receive Social Security benefits for their disabilities. Many of these are based on their work history. Like with retirement plans from Social Security, the Social…
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Wage garnishment is a complicated topic – especially when it comes to garnishing Social Security. If you are receiving Social Security Disability, you may not be elderly or retired. Many young people receive need-based Supplemental Security Income (SSI)…
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For those suffering with multiple sclerosis (MS), your condition may be severe enough to give you difficulties with standing, balancing, walking, or fine motor function. Fortunately, the Social Security Administration (SSA) includes multiple sclerosis as…
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The understanding that healthcare providers, insurance companies, and the government have for mental health and mental illness is growing in the United States. The Social Security Administration (SSA) updated its Listing of Impairments for disability in…
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