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What Factors Make Older People More Vulnerable to Elder Abuse?

Cognitive issues, dementia and the fact that they have a difficult time getting around make them more vulnerable for elder abuse.

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Is Elder Financial Abuse a Tort or Do You Simply Give Back the Money?

Elder financial abuse could be a tort if there is bodily harm, or if someone is hurt for financial gain, which would be property damage.

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What Is Elder Financial Abuse?

Often, with elder financial abuse you hear about unusual arrangements where someone contacts a person who has dementia or cognitive issues and they get them to give their credit card information.

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What Is Elder Abuse and Elder Neglect?

Elder abuse and elder neglect are broad terms. Generally, it is an act or repeated act where somebody is doing something wrong, or inappropriate within a relationship that causes harm or emotional distress to an older person — in Nevada, someone who is at least 60 years of age.

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Disability Insurance Claim

We can help you with your questions in a free consultation. If you need us to help collect on your disability insurance claim, it doesn’t cost you any money out of pocket.

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Examples of Disability Claims

Q: What if I have disability insurance and because of my wrist injury I can no longer perform surgery and I have to be a regular doctor. Or perhaps I’m a professional athlete and injure one of my knees, and I can do anything else in the world, but I can no longer be running back on a football field. What do those disability claims look like?

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Social Media and Disability Insurance Claims

It is recommended that you stay off social media. Social media is generally not a good idea for your claim. It can only get you in trouble and will not help your case.

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What Is a Lump Sum Buy out Of a Long-Term Disability Insurance Claim?

With long-term disability insurance claims it is basically where the insurance company and most disability plans say they would pay monthly benefits until the individual reaches the age of 65. So, if you are injured very young and get disabled, the insurance company might offer to pay a lump sum instead of the monthly benefits for the life of the policy.

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Disability Insurance

Disability insurance is used to protect yourself if you can’t work because of illness or injury. You can buy disability insurance for peace of mind so that you can provide for your family if you get sick or have some kind of illness or injury and can’t work for a certain amount of time.

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Types of Insurance

There are many different types of insurance you can buy, depending on what you need and your risk exposure. If you are a homeowner, you can buy homeowner’s insurance. Other types include rental insurance, and, in the State of Nevada, automobile insurance is required if you are going to be driving.

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