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February 2017 Archives

Did you suffer a spinal cord injury? Stand up for your rights

Whether you suffered a serious spinal cord injury in a work accident, car accident or some other accident that was due to the negligence of another person, you have rights. This type of injury affects you for the rest of your life. Even if you make a full recovery, it could take a significant amount of time and resources.

What are common workplace accidents?

When you think about workplace accidents, you may consider anything from slips and falls to drastic injuries. However, many accidents can stem from situations you might not consider to be hazardous. According to Safety and Health magazine, the following hazards are some of those most likely to occur at a Michigan workplace.

Finding the best solution after an accident

It can sometimes be difficult to know what to do after you are injured at work in Michigan. While you would like to return to your job, you may find that you need help doing so. In this situation, you may want to consider vocational rehabilitation. At Adler Stilman, we understand how important it is to learn how this service can help you.

Tax benefits to help a child with disabilities

When children need extra help, parents sometimes count every penny which comes into their Michigan home. Although parents may cringe at the thought of tax season, they may have access to more tax benefits because of their child’s disability. A previous blog discussed earned income tax credit. This week will focus on other kinds of tax benefits.

Disability claim denied! Now what?

After your accident or illness, the bills have begun to pile up. You would like to go back to work, but it's just not possible. When you realized this, you filed for Social Security Disability benefits. Perhaps the thought of having some dependable income was a relief, and you were shocked when you received a notice that the Social Security Administration had denied your claim.

Earned income tax credit for children with disabilities

With tax season speedily approaching, many Michigan families whose children have disabilities are eager to receive as many tax deductions as possible. They may not realize, however, how much is available to them. One of these options is earned income tax credit.

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