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When you suffer a workplace injury or illness, your medical bills should be covered by your employer’s workers’ compensation insurer. In addition to medical coverage, workers’ compensation pays for up to two-thirds of your average weekly wage. There are four classifications of workers’ compensation disability benefits, according to the New York Workers’ Compensation Board,… Read More »
Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits are not only available to people who have been severely wounded or disabled through an illness. People with certain mental disorders may qualify for benefits as well. However, if you attempt to qualify for SSD benefits, your condition must meet the Administration’s requirements. By working with an experienced New… Read More »
Disability compensation is administered by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), and is a tax-free benefit, according to the New York State Division of Veteran’s Affairs. This benefit is earned by veterans who have become disabled due to military service-caused physical or mental injury, or have become sick during their active service. Additionally,… Read More »
Serving in the military creates a strong work ethic, strong sense of community, teaches service members how to operate successfully as a team, and equips individuals with highly technical skill sets. Then, one might rightfully ask, why is it so hard for veterans to find steady, good paying jobs? The fact is that nine… Read More »
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