Monthly Archives: November 2021
High Cost Of Veterans Healthcare
Government benefits are meant to last a long time and pay for things such as Social Security, unemployment, and veterans benefits. Many people fight for their country in hopes that they will receive good benefits once they retire. Unfortunately, that is not always the case. It’s costing a lot more than expected to take… Read More »
Can You Get Workers’ Compensation For Workplace Violence?
When you think of workplace accidents, you may think of slips and falls, machinery accidents, crashes, electrocutions, and overexertion. However, workplace violence is also an issue that plagues many workers in the United States. In fact, acts of violence are the third most common cause of fatal workplace injuries in the country. Workplace violence… Read More »
Workers’ Compensation Cases Are Falling Despite Remote Worker Injuries
When the coronavirus pandemic hit the United States in early 2020, it was predicted that workers’ compensation claims from work-from-home injuries would rise. They haven’t, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that all is well. Remote workers are suffering from various medical conditions due to informal work-from-home setups. Workers are using couches and beds as… Read More »
How Much In Social Security Disability Benefits Will I Get?
If you have worked for many years and have suddenly become disabled due to illness or injury, you may qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. These benefits are available to those who have a work history as well as a disability expected to last one year or longer. If you qualify for… Read More »