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6 Tips for Ensuring Worker’s Compensation Is Paid

Worker’s compensation is a form of insurance that is paid to an employee who is injured on the job, which covers expenses such as lost pay and medical bills. Employees and employers enter into an agreement of worker’s compensation in order to avoid the hassle of a lawsuit. If you’re an employee who is possibly […]

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10 Most Common Disabilities

According to the United States Census, Americans living with disabilities are one of the largest minority groups in the country, with approximately 20% of all Americans having one or more diagnosed psychological or physical disability. This doesn’t even count individuals who never get diagnosed. So which disabilities are the most common? Let’s look at the […]

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6 Must-Visit Sites to Learn More About Worker’s Compensation

If you or someone you know has been injured on the job, chances are you want information and you want it fast. Filing for worker’s compensation can be a complex process, and many individuals don’t know if they qualify. Luckily, there are plenty of resources that provide guidance. To make your search easier, we’ve gathered […]

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Should I File a Worker’s Comp Claim or a Lawsuit?

Imagine this: You’re at work and you begin working on a task. Maybe this is a task you complete every day of the week, so you can do it with your eyes closed. Or maybe this is the first time you’re doing this particular task. It doesn’t matter how long you’ve been doing it or […]

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6 Must-Read Books for Individuals With Disabilities

No matter what disability you’re facing, it can seem overwhelming at times and even impossible to deal with. If you feel discouraged, remember that there are many others just like you, even if your disability is a rare one. To prove it, we’ve gathered the following list of books that can inspire you as you […]

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How Does Worker’s Compensation Work?

Worker’s compensation, or worker’s comp, is a form of insurance that covers employees who are injured on the job and can no longer perform their work, whether it be temporarily or permanently. Although it varies by state, worker’s comp can cover the expenses associated with lost wages, compensation for present and future economic losses, payment […]

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What to Do if You’re Injured in a Car Accident

According to the National Safety Council, the average American will file an insurance claim for a car accident once in approximately 18 years. And if you’re one of them, it’s important to take the following steps: After the car accident occurs, drive to a safe place where further accidents can’t happen. If your car is […]

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Is Obesity a Disability?

With over 60 million people categorized as having a disability and approximately one third of Americans classified as overweight, it is interesting to note that there is much overlap within these two categories. Given that obesity numbers are on the rise, so too have the instances of diabetes, heart disease and other associated impairments. This […]

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7 Great Blogs for Those Living on Disability

More than 60 million people – or 19% of the population – are living with some form of disability. Disabilities range from mental to physical and temporary to permanent. And if you or someone you know is living with a disability, it’s helpful to know that there are other people out there going through the […]

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How to Stretch Your Budget While on Social Security

Social Security Disability benefits are given to individuals who cannot perform significant, full time work. This means that a person’s normal cost of living is now coupled with often escalating medical costs – such as doctor’s visits and prescriptions – to make for a tight budget. However, there are ways to spend smart and we’ll […]

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