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December 2017 Archives

What you need to know before applying for SSD benefits

Suffering from a disability can be challenging for someone who has worked their entire life. All of a sudden, you can't go to work anymore, and you are unsure of how you will support yourself and your family. Fortunately, qualified workers can apply for Social Security Disability benefits. Even though the application process is rigorous, Ohio residents shouldn't be intimidated, as long as they know the basics about applying.

Pursuing SSD benefits through application and appeal

Many people in Ohio who are dealing with a debilitating disability may be dissuaded from applying for Social Security Disability benefits when they hear the oft-repeated claims about just how hard it can be to be approved to receive these benefits. But anyone who might be eligible for SSD benefits should remember that, with the right approach, many applications for benefits are approved. In other cases, even if an appeal of an initial denial is required, approval may come later.

What do Ohio residents need to know about birth injuries?

The joy that soon-to-be parents experience as they wait for their newborn to arrive can be exciting, but for many people this waiting period can also be full of trepidation. While no one wants to think about the possibility that something might go wrong either before, during or after the birth, the reality is the birth injuries do occur. What do Ohio residents need to know about birth injuries if their child has been affected?

Living with pain after suffering an injury

Thousands of Americans are injured in different types of accidents every day. For many, car accidents are the issue, while for others household or workplace accidents cause significant injuries. A personal injury can be devastating for an Ohio resident - wiping out financial resources and leaving the victim to face a completely unexpected set of circumstances in life.

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