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Jeffrey Freedman

DUI Cannabis

DUI Cannabis

By | Firm News

Many states now allow marijuana use for medical reasons, and others are exploring permissible recreational use.  Since this is largely unchartered territory where driving is concerned, many policymakers are considering how to address issues of driving under the influence of cannabis. To be sure, cannabis alters behavior, and that, unquestionably,…

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Disabled man with walker

Dying for an Appeal

By | Social Security Disability

There are currently 800,000 people in America waiting for their Social Security Disability (SSDI) appeals to be heard. This number is bad enough to think about without factoring in the number of people who die while waiting for that appeal. In 2016, 8,699 Americans died before their appeal was determined;…

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Man driving while distracted by phone

Distracted Driving Crashes

By | Personal Injury

The Risk Institute at Ohio State University recently conducted a study that reveals crashes caused by distracted drivers tend to be more severe than other types of accidents. The severity of the crashes also seems to vary based on the setting in which they occur, which indicates more attention should…

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Solar powered wheelchairs for veterans

Solar Wheelchairs

By | VA Disability

Kurt Schneider is a Navy veteran who broke his back and had to learn to walk again. He also invented a solar-powered wheelchair called the Liberator to help other disabled individuals. Although electric wheelchairs are common, there is nothing to protect users from getting stranded by a dead battery. Enter…

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Dancing Executive

Dancing Executive

By | Firm News

Daryl Robinson used to work for Marriott Vacations Worldwide as a sales executive.  He resigned from the company and sued Marriott for racial discrimination, failure to prevent racial discrimination, and retaliation.  He seeks punitive and compensatory damages. In his lawsuit against his former employer, he alleges that he was expected…

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Veteran Student Debt

Veteran Student Debt

By | VA Disability

Veterans who are totally and permanently disabled due to a service-connected disability or veterans who receive VA disability benefits at the 100 percent-level are eligible for the Total and Permanent Disability Discharge (TPD).  This program eliminates student loan debt. Approximately 42,000 disabled veterans meet the eligibility requirements, but only 18…

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