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Why Are SSD Claims Denied?

by Staff Blogger | December 12th, 2017

You paid into the Social Security Administration (SSA) for your entire working life, so why did it deny your Social Security Disability (SSD) claim when you got sick or injured and could no longer work? It’s a question that baffles many Alabama residents. If you were turned down, you’re not alone. Around 60 percent of […]

Tips For Driving Safely in Winter Weather

by Staff Blogger | December 5th, 2017

Freezing temperatures are expected to hit parts of Alabama later this week, creating a chance for snow and ice. Although this winter is projected to be fairly warm, there will still be many nights and mornings when temperatures drop below freezing throughout the state, which can make roadways and bridges more dangerous. Snow is particularly […]

Compensation for Wrongful Death Claims

by Staff Blogger | November 28th, 2017

When a loved one dies, the effects of their passing can be felt for years or even decades to come. In addition to the emotional and psychological strain that a loved one’s death causes, it can also leave families in financial distress—especially if the deceased was the primary income-earner in their household. Losing income can immediately […]

E-Cigarettes Can Be Dangerous

by Staff Blogger | November 21st, 2017

Electronic cigarettes are more popular than ever. USA Today reports that e-cigarettes have created a $4.4 billion industry. Although the devices have been around for about 30 years, their popularity recently spiked, and now they’re commonplace in restaurants, bars, and other public spaces. To meet the high demand for e-cigarette devices and pens, many manufacturers are producing the devices. Unfortunately, some […]

3 Common Elements of Successful SSD Applications

by Staff Blogger | November 14th, 2017

Your job is your livelihood. It’s how you keep yourself and your loved ones fed, clothed, and sheltered. That’s why suffering an injury or developing an illness that puts you out of work for an extended period of time can be devastating for your family. Many ill or injured workers in the U.S. can apply for […]

Avoid These Common Post-Accident Mistakes

by Staff Blogger | November 7th, 2017

If you were just involved in an auto accident, your first priority should be making sure you and your loved ones are okay. And while the health and safety of those involved should be your first concern, insurance companies can and often do use victims’ actions in the minutes and hours after their crashes against […]

Getting the SSD Benefits You Deserve

by Staff Blogger | October 31st, 2017

For many hard-working Americans, developing an illness or injury that prevents them from working is a stressful scenario. Many people in Alabama and throughout the country depend on their paychecks every week to stay on top of their bills and to get their loved ones fed, clothed, and sheltered. That’s why losing their ability to do […]

3 Common Causes of Drug Injuries

by Staff Blogger | October 24th, 2017

If you were recently prescribed a prescription medication, you’re probably not thinking about how it could make you feel worse. Unfortunately, that’s a reality for many people in Alabama and throughout the U.S. Prescription medications are released to the market after extensive research and development, including multiple phases of testing on human volunteers to determine efficacy and […]

Car Accidents Rise When Daylight Savings Ends

by Staff Blogger | October 17th, 2017

At 2 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 5, 2017, clocks will roll back one hour as daylight saving time ends. For many people, that extra hour of sleep is a welcome addition to their weekend. But data shows that moving the clocks back one hour and the subsequent earlier sunset can result in increased risks for […]

2 Steps to Take If You Suspect Environmental Injury

by Staff Blogger | October 10th, 2017

For decades, millions of Americans were at risk of developing serious injuries and illnesses due to unsafe products used in buildings and at workplaces. Government regulations have banned or heavily restricted the usage of many unsafe substances, including asbestos and lead. But some children and adults are still exposed to them, especially if they spend […]

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