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Types of Child Custody

When it comes to child custody, the best interest of the child should be the top priority. When trying to decide what is best for the child, it is important that you know what types of options you have. Below we have defined the different types of child custody for you:
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Know Your Social Security Office

Whether you need to apply for Social Security Income or Disability, or simply need a new Social Security card, they are there to help. Here are the addresses and phone numbers of your local Social Security Offices for your convenience.
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Did You Know? Divorce Edition

Below are a few surprising facts about divorce:
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Staying at the Scene of an Accident

After a car accident there can be chaos and confusion. However, it is vital that you stay at the scene of the accident. There are very serious legal consequences if you do leave the scene before a report has filed.
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Illinois Cell Phone Laws

Starting January 1, 2014, Illinois banned the use of all hand-held devices while driving, which includes talking and texting on your cell phone.
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Seatbelt Laws in Central Illinois

In Illinois, a seat belt violation in considered a primary offense, meaning that a police officer can pull you over for not wearing a seat belt.
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Car Necessities for Car Accidents

Car accidents occur throughout Bloomington and McLean County. Use these tips to make your misadventure a little smoother:
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The Importance of Medical Treatment Following an Injury

Anytime injury strikes, whether personal or on the job, it can be overwhelming. Here is some important advice highlighting medical treatment for injury clients of McCarron Law Firm.  
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Billing and Payment for Clients

Anytime injury strikes, whether personal or on the job, it can be overwhelming. Here is some important advice highlighting billing and payment for injury clients of McCarron Law Firm.
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Doctor and Patient Interaction After an Injury

Anytime injury strikes, whether personal or on the job, it can be overwhelming.  Here is some advice highlighting doctor/patient interaction for injury clients of McCarron Law Firm.
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The Significance of MRIs

After X-rays, MRIs are the most common diagnostic tests ordered by doctors to address ongoing back and neck pain. An MRI is a noninvasive test that is the most sensitive spinal diagnostic tool commonly used in clinical practice.
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The Most Common Back Surgery Options

Over the years McCarron Law Firm has worked with numerous clients who have had to have back surgery. Many options exist to relieve pain and restore function; here are the most common:
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Common Workers' Compensation Benefits

  • TEMPORARY TOTAL DISABILITY: You will receive temporary total disability compensation (TTD) which is fixed at 66.67% of the employee's gross average weekly wage, subject to certain variable maximums and minimums.

    Temporary total disability payments begin after the employee is unable to return to work for three working days. If the disability continues 14 days or longer, the employer will also be required to pay for the first three days the employee is off work.

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Uncontested Divorce: What Is It?

Believe it or not, it is possible to agree to divorce in a way that saves time and money.

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Legal Depositions: What Are They?

A deposition is a discovery tool in which opposing parties can ask questions of the other side under oath. These questions and answers are usually taken down verbatim by a transcriptionist so that the other party at trial can use the statements.
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