Social Security Disability or SSI Based on Epilepsy

Claimants may qualify for Social Security Disability or SSI benefits on the basis of epileptic seizures. If the epilepsy is severe enough and well documented, the Social Security Administration may approve a claim without even considering ability to past work or other work in the economy. The requirements are set out in section 11 of

Driver negligence may have led to fatal church bus crash

Driving involves a certain degree of risk, and not all accidents are preventable. In an update to a story we brought you on Oct. 5, recent developments may help one Tennessee community that continues to grieve the loss of two members. Police now believe that driver negligence may have led to the fatal crash, and

Tennessee highway littered from series of car accidents

An eyewitness account of a massive accident in Tennessee gives details of the events leading up to the debris field that clogged traffic for hours. The series of car accidents was described as “mayhem” and “heartbreaking” by one witness. She gave an account of a woman driving at high speeds with her flashers on, speeding

5-car accident in Tennessee may warrant personal injury claims

An accident in Dyersburg, Tennessee, has injured several people and claimed the life of another. The investigation is ongoing into the cause of the accident, and toxicology reports are expected to help determine if impairment was a contributing factor. Five vehicles were damaged in the collision, which sent four individuals to the hospital with varying

Social Security Disability or SSI and Lupus

Persons suffering from lupus or systemic lupus erythematous (SLE) may qualify for Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income (SSI). If the claimant’s lupus is severe enough, the claimant may qualify for SSD or SSI benefits without consideration of vocational factors. SLE is a chronic inflammatory disease that can affect any organ or body system




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