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June 2017 Archives

How do brain injuries affect victims?

Many scientists throughout the world agree that the human brain is one of the most complex systems known to man. It is crucial to human life, and we have only just begun to get an understanding of just how complex it is and how it works. But, like every other part of the human body, it can be damaged, and a damaged brain could lead to very serious or catastrophic results.

Relief on the horizon for American veterans

For years, it had become increasingly evident that veterans in the United States, including those from Fayetteville, Georgia, and the surrounding area, have been victim at times to less than ideal care from the Department of Veterans Affairs. It appears that relief may soon be on the horizon however, as Congress passed the Veterans Affairs Accountability Act on Wednesday, June 14.

Recognizing the dangers of construction sites

Many people who walk or drive past a construction site are intimidated by the massive equipment and supplies being used, moved and installed at the site. It comes as no wonder that if an accident were to occur at a construction site, the results often leave victims with serious or catastrophic injuries.

How compassionate allowance helps those with serious needs

The Social Security Administration was created to help protect Americans and to provide financial relief when they reach the age of retirement or when they suffer a disability that prevents them from working. The Social Security Disability Insurance program takes payments that were made through payroll tax contributions to help workers who suffer from a debilitating illness, injury or mental condition that prohibits them from maintaining gainful employment. The victim must also prove that the condition is expected to last at least a year or end in death.

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