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April 2019 Archives

Working while receiving SSD benefits

There are many events that can completely change a person's life. Suffering a disabling injury or condition is on of them. Whether it was a sudden onset or progressed over time, living with a disability can present some challenges. This is especially true for those unable to work in a position that they once were able to.

Helping you recover the workers' comp you are entitled to

No one expects to suffer an injury in the workplace. Individuals in Mississippi and elsewhere can work for an employer for decades without any concerns or issues; however, a sudden incident could leave an employee severely injured and unable to work while he or she recovers. This can be painful and overwhelming, causing one to question what could be done to address this matter.

Repetitive stress injuries and workers' compensation

Workers in Mississippi and elsewhere understand that the work environment requires him or her to carry out certain tasks. For some, these tasks are rather repetitive. While this is not uncommon, it could be the underlying cause for a worker dealing with a workplace injury that is getting progressively worse.

Sedentary work and appealing SSD benefits claim

Living with a disability can be challenging. It can cause one to no longer live life as they once did. Whether this is only temporarily or permanently, this can cause one to question what they can do to address any financial concerns because of this. Being unable to work because of a disability can present many financial challenges, one of them being unable to meet his or her basic living needs. Thus, it is vital to explore one's option to apply for Social Security disability benefits.


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