The Significance of Medical Records in Personal Injury Claims
Medical documentation stands as a testament to the medical care and attention one has received. These records encompass a wide range of information, from diagnoses and treatments to test outcomes and other relevant data. Beyond the medical specifics, these records also contain personal identifiers like your name, date of birth, and...Read More
Personal injury cases, especially those stemming from auto accidents, can be complex and challenging to navigate. In states like New Jersey, the intricacies of the no-fault system and the choices between different thresholds further complicate the matter. This column aims to shed light on these complexities, focusing on the verbal threshold in New Jersey and its implications for...Read More
The Youth Visa, also known as the Special Immigrant Juvenile Visa or SIJS (Special Immigrant Juvenile Status), is a benefit provided by the immigration laws of the United States intended for minors who are in the country and have been declared by a juvenile court or judge as victims of abandonment, abuse, maltreatment, or neglect by one or both of their parents. A child who is granted SIJS...Read More
Imagine driving through a green light when suddenly a car rushes past the red signal, colliding with yours. Later, you discover the other driver has no insurance. This is where UM/UIM coverage becomes invaluable.
Navigating the complexities of auto insurance can be a daunting task, especially when it comes to understanding Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Coverage (UM/UIM). In the...Read More
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On September 13th, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas issued a decision finding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which was implemented by President Barack Obama’s executive order in 2012, unlawful. The court declared that the revised DACA program, introduced by the Biden administration,...Read More
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USCIS has announced a Special Student Relief policy that allows F-1 non-immigrant students experiencing severe economic hardship to work off-campus. The employment authorization will be valid until the student’s program end date, and cannot be extended beyond that date using this relief policy.
This Special Student Relief policy is...Read More
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The USCIS announced a new and changed policy for Premium Processing on January 12th , and it will be implemented from today , January 30th.
The change with this announcement is that premium processing is available for the E13 (EB-1C) Multinational Executives & Managers category and E21 NIW (EB-2...Read More
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On January 27 , the USCIS issued guidance on H-1B pre-registration for the fiscal year 2024 (FY). According to this announcement, H-1B pre-registration will be available from noon on March 1st to noon on March 17th.
This pre-registration requires that you open an online account with USCIS and submit your...Read More
In general, compensation for damages received through an accidental injury case, such as a traffic accident or a fall, is not subject to income tax. However, not all amounts are subject to income tax, and there are exceptions where income tax is applied. Most of the compensation received through an accident injury case is for medical expenses for physical injuries suffered as a result...Read More
Mr. A, who lived in New Jersey, fell and suffered serious injuries from water standing on the floor while shopping at a famous mart. At the time, there was no warning sign, and the manager of the mart also said that he would compensate for the damage later, so he gave the manager his contact information and came home. When there was no call after a few days, when he contacted the mart...Read More