Uninsured motorist coverage can help cover accident-related costs

Although many jurisdictions require that motorists maintain auto insurance, many individuals don’t. Then there are also those cases in which motorists aren’t licensed or insured. In an effort to avoid prosecution, these motorists often leave the scene of crashes. If you’ve suffered injuries after having been struck by someone who left the scene of the

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) – SSA Adopts New Rules on Representative Conduct

The Social Security Administration (“SSA”) recently adopted final rules revising the Rules of Conduct and Standards of Responsibility for Appointed Representatives for representation of claimants in Social Security Disability Insurance (“SSDI”) and Supplemental Security Income (“SSI”) claims. The SSA announced the rule revisions are to update and clarify procedures for bringing charges against a representative

The dangers of burns

Most people have had a burn at some point in their lives, whether from being out in the sun too long or touching a hot surface. If you have suffered this type of burn, you know firsthand that even a mild, first-degree burn can be extremely painful, but did you know that a burn can

65-year-old man killed in Tennessee car crash

A 65-year-old man was killed in a recent multivehicle crash in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. He became the fourth victim of a fatal accident in the park this year. The man, from Talking Rock, Georgia, was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash, which occurred on Newfound Gap Road near mile marker

Study finds that roadside advertising distracts drivers

Roadside advertising, often in the form of billboards, is a staple in America. High-traffic areas mean that thousands of people are potentially exposed to advertising every hour, making it a fundamental part of many business’ strategies. However, one study has found that this advertising is very distracting to drivers. With all of the focus recently

Common myths about Social Security Disability benefits

Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits are vital to millions of people who are too sick or too injured to work. These benefits help recipients pay for utility bills, food, housing and transportation. Some recipients use the benefits to pay for their medical care. Whatever the reason, there are some myths out there about the benefits




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