Social Security Disability benefits

Tennessee residents who become disabled and are unable to return to work may be eligible for Social Security Disability benefits. To qualify, claimants must have qualifying disabilities and have earned enough work credits over the course of their previous careers. They must also be unable to perform substantial, gainful activity because of their conditions. As

Date of onset is key in disability cases

People in Tennessee who have medical conditions that prevent them from working full-time jobs may have claims for disability benefits. These claims are filed with the Social Security Administration and may be available whether the condition is mental or physical in nature. Broadly speaking, there are two types of benefits that may be available for

What Causes Social Security Disability To Stop?

Social Security Disability benefits provide cash assistance to Tennesee residents who are no longer able to work because of health issues. The employee must meet the guidelines of the Social Security Administration to qualify for SSD. It is important to know how the benefits work, so the recipient does not risk losing their income. SSD

The surprising impact of rear-end collisions

Like many motorists, you may understand the dangers of head-on collisions, T-bone collisions and rollovers. Yet, if another driver rear-ended you, you may downplay the accident’s impact, especially if you walked away from the scene without a scratch. But injuries caused by rear-end collisions often take time to appear. Once they do, they can be

Five common factors in large truck accidents

While the average passenger vehicle weighs 4,000 pounds, an 18-wheeler may be up to 80,000 pounds. Many accidents between trucks and passenger vehicles, then, end badly for occupants of the latter. Both for their own safety and the safety of others, truck drivers in Tennessee will want to know what the most common factors are

Self-driving cars likely to fail in avoiding most accidents

Drivers in Tennessee and across the U.S. are looking forward to a future where self-driving cars have totally eliminated all accidents. Yet the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has found that these cars, so long as they do not put safety above speed and comfort, will fail to prevent even the majority of crashes involving




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