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August 2019 Archives

Workers’ compensation and pain and suffering payments

When a worker is injured on the job in Michigan, they may suffer from more than just the physical injury itself. They may also suffer from trauma related to the injury and a feeling of helplessness when it comes to caring for themselves. This may lead to depression, insomnia, PTSD and other related mental or emotional issues.

Medication use tied to increased risk of driver crashes

Senior drivers often find themselves under immense social pressures in Michigan to give up their license. Public pressure is not without some basis. As people age, their eyesight begins to fail, they may experience hearing loss and their reflexes slow. Even when they are not the cause of accidents, they may not react quickly enough to prevent them.

Important updates on the Social Security 2100 Act

It has been common knowledge for some time that millennials in Michigan may be paying into a Social Security fund that they may not enjoy the benefits of when they need it. In February of this year, the New York Times reported that democrats were on the case to slow the rising costs of Social Security. They did so by introducing the Social Security 2100 Act.

Remember that working in a warehouse comes with hazards

You may be one of the many Michigan residents who work in a warehouse. Even if your position was not the dream job you may have imagined, you still appreciate your ability to go to work and earn an income. Of course, that ability hinges on avoiding accidents and injuries that could take place on the job.

New bill may protect veterans from losing disability money

When veterans return to Michigan from war, many have disabilities. In fact, there are soldiers who become disabled while in training due to accidents involving falls and motor vehicle crashes. Regardless of the reason for their disability, many of these men and women rely on Social Security Disability checks to cover necessary expenses, particularly if they are unable to work.

The ways that in-car technology impacts drivers age 55 and up

People of all ages are susceptible to distracted driving. From texting while behind the wheel to talking to a passenger, there are many things that can distract a Michigan driver. You've probably shared the road with a driver who was looking at his or her phone, adjusting the radio or even just eating a burger. All of these things can be dangerously distracting.

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