Speeding Coronavirus MD

With the majority of businesses and schools closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, many local roads are seeing an uptick in speeding – which is not only illegal, but can be risky and even deadly to drivers and passengers. Instead of the typical bumper-to-bumper commuter traffic we’re used to, our local roads and highways are…

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Healthcare workers

The global coronavirus outbreak has caused an unprecedented health and economic crisis throughout American society. Numerous organizations, businesses, and industries are facing challenges and questions they have never faced before. One of the more pressing concerns is the health of “essential” workers: people who are still leaving their home to perform their jobs so that…

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The Social Security Administration manages disability programs that provide financial support on a monthly basis to help recipients cover living expenses, bills, and medical costs. These benefits help families and individuals when they cannot work to support themselves because of their illness or injury. Dependents are often also eligible to receive these benefits. The application…

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Cares Act

Most Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) recipients qualify for the CARES Act $1,200 COVID-19 stimulus payment. You are eligible for this economic impact payment provided you have a Social Security number and you have not been claimed on someone else’s tax return as a dependent. If you have children, you…

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Medical professionals have always stressed the importance of exercise – whether a hard workout or relaxing morning yoga – to keep our bodies and minds at their best. However, in the midst of a national pandemic where nearly every day brings a new uncertainty, exercise becomes even more important. Consider taking a breather, if possible,…

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The Social Security Administration (SSA) offers two programs for people with disabilities: Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Insurance (SSI) benefits. SSDI and SSI are similar, but they are not the same. You and your family receive SSDI benefits only if you have worked for a required period of time and paid Social…

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