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Jeffrey Freedman

Cutting Corners at Tesla

Cutting Corners at Tesla

By | Workers Compensation

Most companies are required to carry workers’ compensation insurance to provide for employees who get injured on the job and require medical treatment. In return for these medical services being paid for, the employee cannot sue his or her employer. Such a system appears beneficial to both parties; however, as…

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Veteran Surveillance

Veteran Surveillance

By | VA Disability

We know that the SSA is beginning to look at social media profiles to discredit claims. Since President Trump made rooting out fraudulent SSD claims a priority, it is clear the government is looking for more ways to avoid paying benefits to disabled workers. Veteran disability claims have long been…

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Dying for Drugs

Dying for Drugs

By | Bankruptcy & Debt Relief

When Canadian scientists discovered insulin in 1921, they sold the insulin patent to the University of Toronto for a mere $3.00. As of 2016, Type 1 diabetics in America paid an average of $5,705 for insulin, which was almost double the average that was paid in 2012. The exponential increase…

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When Is It Time for an Attorney?

When Is It Time for an Attorney?

By | Personal Injury

If you are injured in an accident, you may want to explore your options to recover damages from whomever caused the accident. Although you can represent yourself in court for a personal injury claim, there are many reasons to consider hiring an experienced attorney to represent your interests instead. Attorneys…

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NYPD Racism?

NYPD Racism?

By | Employment Discrimination

Three black NYPD detectives who said they were discriminated against because of their race recently received a $700,000 settlement. The detectives, Theodore Coleman, Roland Stephens, and Jon McCollum, put the blame on their commanding officer, Thomas Galati for continually promoting less-qualified white officers and systematically discriminating against them. The detectives…

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Playground Prank

Playground Prank

By | Personal Injury

Ah, the carefree days of high school senior pranks. On the brink of graduation and about to become adults, many students feel the need to engage in humorous activity. At best, these pranks cause inconveniences. At worst, people get hurt. Seniors at Sophia B Wright in New Orleans, LA learned…

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Distracted Driving Isn’t Going Anywhere

Distracted Driving Isn’t Going Anywhere

By | Personal Injury

Travelers Companies recently released its 2019 Travelers Risk Index that surveyed over 2,000 executives and consumers about distracted driving and the reasons why so many people engage in dangerous behaviors behind the wheel. The most common distractions the report identified were: using social media; typing texts or emails; taking photos…

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SSD and Social Media

By | Social Security Disability

As previously noted, the Social Security Administration is considering using claimants’ social media profiles as a way to determine true disability. That is a terrible idea, for a number of reasons. In its budget request to Congress last year, SSA said it was considering using social media more frequently when…

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Knowing Is Half the Battle

Knowing Is Half the Battle

By | Employment Discrimination

The city of Philadelphia recently settled a claim with a woman who said her supervisors knew for years that another employee was a harassment problem. The woman, Sherron Bell, was an employee in the Office of the City Commissioners’ voter registration division when Francisco Martinez exposed himself to her. She…

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