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Government Perks

Government Perks

By | Uncategorized

With all the talk of a government shutdown, it is worth remembering that, when they can work, federal government employees have much to be thankful for.  The government pays more in salary in benefits than the private sector, they offer as many as 43 days off, they match retirement funding…

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The VA Is Not Handling ALS Well

The VA Is Not Handling ALS Well

By | VA Disability

According to the Department of Veterans Affairs’ Inspector General, the VA has been underpaying and overpaying veterans who suffer from ALS, or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.  ALS is an incurable neurological disease made famous by the New York Yankees baseball player, Lou Gehrig, who died from it in 1941. ALS typically…

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Burn Pit Research

Burn Pit Research

By | VA Disability

Earlier this year, Congress passed the Helping Veterans Exposed to Burn Pits Act.  Veterans of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq are growing increasingly concerned that exposure to toxins produced by burn pits will mirror the problems that resulted from Agent Orange exposure in Vietnam. The Burn Pits Act is…

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The Dangers of Bus Stops

The Dangers of Bus Stops

By | Personal Injury

In November 2018, three children in Indiana were killed while crossing the street to get to their school bus.  Why? Because the driver who struck and killed them did not stop, despite the fact that the bus’s stop-arm was engaged. The National Association of State Directors and Pupil Transportation Services…

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SSI Benefits Inch Higher

By | Social Security Disability

Over 60 million people in the United States currently receive Social Security benefits of some kind.  Despite warning signs that Social Security’s financial resources will run out sooner rather than later, most of us expect to receive, at the very least, retirement benefits when we come of age.  But one…

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Social Media Woes

By | Personal Injury

In 2006, roughly 11 percent of adults were active in some form of social media.  By 2017, that number had skyrocketed to almost 67 percent. Social media is here to stay, and the consequences are not always pretty. If so many people are advertising their lives on social media, it…

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