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  • Will Snyder's Attorney Helper Programs

    This page contains a link to a secure web server on which are hosted a suite of web-based programs that perform calculations that may be useful to the plaintiffs' attorneys who handle workers' compensation, social security, and personal injury cases.  Currently, the suite features programs that perform the following calculations: By popular demand, I have made the NCIC full Commission award interest calculation programs available for use by everyone. Click on the respective descriptions above to access the programs. I am also releasing both programs under the terms of the GNU GPL. The programs are written in Perl, and they are designed to run on a web server.
    Access to the other programs is by invitation only.  If you are interested in accessing these programs, please send email to Will at to be considered for an invitation.  Only verified members of the North Carolina Advocates for Justice and plaintiffs'-attorney-members of the Virginia Trial Lawyers' Association are eligible to be invited to use the suite of programs.  If you already have an account to access the programs, please click on the link below:

    Will Snyder's Attorney Helper Programs

    NOTE: The HTTPS web server on which I host the web-based programs uses an SSL encryption certificate to deter eavesdropping. However, the SSL encryption certificate is "self-signed," and modern web browsers and Internet security software regard a self-signed SSL encryption certificate as being an indication that a website is potentially fraudulent, malicious, or just "not genuine." While this would be of concern if my secure site were used for monetary transactions or handling of sensitive financial or personal data, which would justify paying a recognized SSL certificate authority like VeriSign provide me with a signed SSL encryption certificate every year, incurring such a recurring expense is not justified for the purposes for which I operate the server. Accordingly, to use the secure web server on which my programs are hosted, it is necessary to instruct your web browser to add a permanent security exception for the self-signed SSL encryption certificate that it uses if your web browser alerts you to the fact that the SSL encryption certificate is self-signed. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about this.