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UV Safety Month- Summer Safety Tips



Summer is in full swing. The weather is steamy, the sun is hot, and many people are taking advantage of the season by spending time outdoors. With an increase of time outside comes more exposure to harmful Ultra-Violet (UV) rays. These UV rays are emitted by the sun, and if precautionary measures are not taken, […]

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Celebrate the Fourth of July Safely — Check out These Tips



We all know that the Fourth of July is the time to get outside, relax with friends and family, and celebrate our Nation’s Independence. However, with everyone out celebrating, there is a higher risk of personal injury. It is important to follow precautionary measures to ensure a safe and fun day. Therefore, Rob Levine & […]

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Advancements in Road Safety- Autonomous Cars



Technology is becoming more advanced and more luxurious than ever before. Recent innovations in the transportation industry are allowing cars to drive and even park themselves. This can be concerning to drivers; however, companies producing these vehicles are taking initiative to make the roads safer than ever before.  This idea of autonomous cars is a […]

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Social Security Disability Benefits



If you suffer from a disorder related to your mental health, social security disability benefits may be available from the Social Security Administration (SSA). As with physical disabilities, those claiming Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits must be able to prove that their mental disorder prevents them from being able to work. But it’s […]

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ARE YOU AN INJURED VETERAN? YOU MAY BE ENTITLED TO DISABILITY BENEFITS



If you are a veteran with a service-related disability you may  be qualified for monthly disability benefits. These benefits are paid to veterans who have injuries or diseases that occurred while on active duty, or became worse by active military service. It is also paid to certain veterans disabled from VA health care. These benefits are tax-free. Am I […]

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