Chronic Pain Catastrophic Injury

When you sustain injuries in a car crash, or on a worksite, or because you’ve been injured in some way, the first type of pain you feel is acute. This usually lasts a few weeks or months, but eventually goes away. Acute pain – like a burn or broken bone – is easy for people…

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Waymo Moves Forward with Fully Autonomous Ride-Hailing Vehicles

Waymo emerged from the search engine giant, Google, in 2016. The company is now on the verge of delivering the autonomous vehicle experience to city residents. On Oct. 8, the company announced it is providing fully driverless cars to a 50-mile area of Phoenix, AZ for ride-hailing purposes. So far, only 5 to 10 percent…

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The Interstate Driver’s License Compact, also referred to as the Driver’s License Compact (DLC), is a contract among 45 states and the Washington D.C. in which the states are obligated to share certain information related to traffic offenses. These offenses may include DUI/DWI, reckless driving, and others. The states are supposed to send information and…

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Social Media Workers Comp Claims

Insurance adjusters will inevitably search for ways to reduce their company’s obligation to pay out workers’ compensation claims. One way involves investigating the injured person’s social media accounts. This is why it is important for individuals who have pending workers’ comp claims to be careful when posting to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc. Social media posts…

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Is COVID-19 a Qualifying Impairment for SSDI

The daily lives and routines of millions of Americans have been disrupted by COVID-19 and its continuing effects. Although the medical experts in our nation and around the world are continuing to gain knowledge and insight about the disease, we know for certain that the infection affects people differently in every age group and region.…

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