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  • Jobs that May Have Exposure to Asbestos

    - April 26, 2017

    Asbestos is a mineral that has been used since the days of the Ancient Romans. It has long been prized for its ability to insulate against heat and flame, as well as to add strength. As a result, it was incorporated into products ranging from machinery and fabric to steel…

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  • What are the Five Vocational Questions that are used by the SSA to Determine Eligibility for Social Security Disability?

    - April 25, 2017

    When a person believes that they can no longer work and applies for Social Security Disability benefits, there is a five-step process that they need to complete in order to prove that they are eligible. This process is fairly straightforward and is meant to provide the Social Security Administration (SSA)…

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  • What are the Most Common Amusement Park Injuries?

    - April 25, 2017

    There are some things that just come with warmer temperatures, and going to amusement parks is one of them. It doesn’t matter whether you are visiting one of the big name destinations in Florida or California or the attractions at your local beach boardwalk, the sounds of people shrieking in…

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  • How does Adequate CDL Training Help Prevent Truck Accidents in Connecticut?

    - April 24, 2017

      The state of Connecticut has strict rules regarding the need for professional drivers to maintain a current Commercial Driver’s License (CDL).  Many of these rules and requirements were created in order to cut down on the risk of truck accidents occurring on America’s roads.  One of the most valuable…

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  • What to do if you Suspect Nursing Home Abuse in Connecticut

    - April 21, 2017

    As America’s population ages, the question of how best to care for elderly loved ones is being asked by more and more people. Though it may be your first instinct to house your family member in your own home, all too often the realities of a specific situation make this…

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  • Tips to Avoid Driver Fatigue

    - April 11, 2017

     There are few things more frightening to a highway driver than the sight of a tractor trailer looming in the rear view window, or speeding by at an unnecessary and unsafe speed. But an even bigger concern is the driver that has not gotten enough sleep and falls asleep behind…

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  • Should I Call an Attorney Before I Report Suspected Nursing Home Abuse?

    - April 10, 2017

     Nursing home abuse has become a major and frightening issue across the United States. The people who are in nursing homes and long-term care facilities are there because they need specialized care. In some cases, they are not able to care for themselves, while in other cases their needs are…

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  • What Are Continuing Disability Reviews?

    - April 09, 2017

     U.S. citizens are entitled to a number of different benefits that are provided by the government. One of these is Social Security Disability Insurance, which provides income supplements to people who are physically restricted from being able to work. If you are receiving Social Security Disability payments, then you will…

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  • With Winter Coming to an End, There are a Lot of Potholes Lurking Beneath the Melting Snow

    - April 08, 2017

     Spring is officially here. The trees are starting to bud and the birds are beginning to sing that distinctive song that lets everybody know that winter is on its way out the door. Unfortunately, just because the calendar is advancing and the sun feels warmer does not mean that we’re…

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  • Is it Food Poisoning or the Flu?

    - April 07, 2017

     There are few things to compare to the misery of being sick to your stomach.  Our digestive systems are tremendously sensitive to things that don’t belong in them, and will strenuously reject both viruses and bacteria.  A stomach virus is a contagious illness that can be spread from person to…

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