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Receiving Social Security after a brain injury

After sustaining a brain injury in a car accident, some Michigan residents may find that they need to take time off from work to heal. A previous blog discussed common symptoms of these wounds. Social Security Disability benefits may sometimes be available so that people can keep up with expenses in the weeks and months it takes to heal. We at Adler Stilman, PLLC, understand that applying for disability benefits can initially seem confusing.

Recognizing brain injuries after an accident

After being in a car accident, Michigan residents may think they are uninjured if they do not have physical wounds. However, brain injuries are not always evident immediately after a collision. It is important for drivers to recognize the common symptoms of a brain injury.

What's so dangerous about eating while driving?

Anything that takes a driver's attention off the road is included in the category of distracted driving, whether it is talking on the phone, adjusting the radio or even eating. Many distracting behaviors, such as eating while behind the wheel, are so common that they do not seem risky, but in reality, they are quite dangerous. 

4 reasons your Social Security application may face denial

Developing a disability that substantially impacts your ability to work can leave you feeling anxious on a variety of levels. Certainly, the disability itself undoubtedly came with medical and emotional difficulties to work through, and on top of that, the stress of no longer having the ability to work can easily make you feel overwhelmed. During this time, you will likely consider applying for Social Security Disability benefits.

Complications of invisible injuries

The injuries you incur while performing your Michigan job can vary from fractures to more serious spinal problems. However, some of the most harmful might be the ones you cannot see. At Adler Stilman, PLLC, we understand that the injuries you receive from stress, such as depression and anxiety, can affect your ability to work just as much as physical wounds.

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