Three Ways It May Be Possible To Earn More Than The Social Security Disability Limit

Posted on: 23 June 2017

People who are receiving Social Security disability benefits can still work if they're capable. The problem is the Social Security Administration (SSA) only allows recipients to earn a maximum of $1,170 per month ($1,950 for visually impaired people) before it will begin reducing their disability payments. However, here are three ways you could conceivably earn more money without it affecting your monthly check. Take Advantage of the Trial Period The SSA encourages people on disability to work and has several programs available to help facilitate that transition. [Read More]

3 Truck Driving Safety Tips

Posted on: 19 June 2017

When you're driving a truck, it takes more than adhering to the rules of the road to avoid accidents. Truck drivers log many more travel miles than passenger vehicles and the longer you're on the road, the more your chances of being involved in an accident increases. That's why it's crucial to employ smart driving to keep yourself, your cargo and other drivers on the road safe. Check out these three tips to reduce your risk of accidents. [Read More]

Have An Accident While Working At Sea? The Different Acts That Provide Compensation For Your Injuries

Posted on: 15 June 2017

If you work on a ship of any kind and are injured, it is not the simple matter of applying for worker's compensation the way land-working employees have. Instead, you are covered by two separate acts, the Longshore and Harbour Worker's Compensation Act (LHWC) and the Jones Act. Each act has its own qualifying parameters and offers different amounts and varieties of compensation. To expedite receiving the funds you need to pay medical bills and your living expenses, make sure you file the right type of claim. [Read More]

Don't Believe These Personal Injury Case Myths

Posted on: 13 June 2017

An injury that is caused by another person can be so bothersome to you that filing some kind of lawsuit seems like a logical action. Just be sure that you get the facts about legal considerations instead of falling for these myths. You Can Wait A common misconception is that you can take as much time as you need to deal with your injuries and that when you finally feel ready, you can head to court. [Read More]