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Finding SSD Benefits After a Stroke

  • March 22, 2021

Strokes are the fifth leading cause of death in the United States, leading to 140,000 deaths every year. Additionally, many stroke survivors are left with debilitating impairments. When someone faces permanent damage after surviving a stroke, can they qualify for Social Security Disability? What is a Stroke? A stroke or a “brain attack” occurs when blood flow to the brain i...

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Spring Forward! Does Daylight Savings Time Impact Driviers?

  • March 15, 2021

Did you remember to “spring forward?” Daylight savings time is now in effect, the time when we advance our clocks an hour to get an extra hour of daylight! Whether you welcome the later sunsets or hate losing that extra hour of sleep, it’s important to be aware of the time change and how it can impact your driving. What is Daylight Savings Time? Benjamin Franklin gets the...

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Dementia and SSD

  • March 9, 2021

What is Dementia? Dementia is not a specific disease, but rather an umbrella term for a group of symptoms. A wide array of diseases and conditions can lead to dementia, but the most common cause is Alzheimer’s disease. There are an estimated 46.8 million people throughout the world with dementia, according to Alzheimer’s Disease International. The vast majority of people wi...

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The Most Common Mistakes of New Drivers

  • March 1, 2021

For teens and new drivers of all ages, getting a driver’s license for the first time is an important milestone. The ability to drive opens up dozens of new opportunities, from being able to drive to a friend’s house on the weekend or having your own reliable transportation to get to a new job, and being a new driver opens up a world of possibilities and new responsibilities...

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How Prescription Medications Impair Driving

  • February 22, 2021

The vast majority of Americans take at least one kind of prescription medication. People may take medications to treat everything from lingering back pain after an accident to medications to treat high blood pressure, while others may rely on medications to cope with symptoms of a mental illness, like bipolar disorder or severe anxiety. When legally prescribed and responsibly t...

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Understanding Florida’s Wrongful Death Law

  • February 18, 2021

Losing a loved one in an accident, whether the death is caused by a car accident, a fall, or medical malpractice, is tough and tragic. Unfortunately for some families, their suffering is made even more complicated by Florida’s wrongful death law, which can prevent a wrongful death’s victims loved ones from collecting the full compensation they deserve for the pain and suffe...

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