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How do you get Social Security Disability for bipolar disorder?

When you live with bipolar disorder in Michigan, you understand how disabling the condition can be. A previous blog discussed the disability benefits you might be eligible for if you have a mental illness. This week’s blog will focus on filing to receive those benefits.

Am I qualified for disability if I have a rare disease?

Doctors have confirmed your diagnosis, and now your life may change forever. If your rare illness means you will not be able to continue working for a year or more, you will have to figure out a way to pay your bills. In addition, there are likely to be constant medical expenses related to your condition, including cost-prohibitive prescriptions and doctors who specialize in your rare disease. With no income and your regular bills to pay, you may have reached a point of despair.

What should you know about working with robots?

While installing robots in your Michigan workplace can increase safety, there are hazards which accompany these machines. A previous blog discussed a lawsuit which was begun after a woman was killed by an industrial robot. This week’s blog will discuss proper safety techniques for employees who work with these machines, as well as the hazards which can arise.

The type of disability benefits available for mental illness

Individuals with qualifying medical conditions may be able to secure disability benefits if they are unable to work. The right to apply for these benefits also extends to individuals who have a diagnosed mental illness that precludes them from holding a steady job. Securing support for a mental condition can be a complex process, and Michigan applicants would be wise to secure legal support from as early as possible in the process.

Qualifying for disability benefits with a heart condition

When you think of conditions which qualify for Social Security Disability for injuries, you may not initially think of heart problems. However, some cardiovascular diseases are considered to be disabilities. At Adler Stilman, we understand that SSDI benefits can sometimes seem complicated.

Fall prevention campaign started in Michigan

Many types of injury hazards can come up in Michigan workplaces. This includes fall hazards. Workplace falls can be quite serious; they can even take lives. Reportedly, of the workplace fatalities investigated by the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) last year, half were due to falls.

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