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Social Security Disability and inflammatory arthritis

At one time or another, nearly all of us have been struck by an unexpected injury or illness. For some of us, recovering from these conditions is relatively easy given their minor nature. For others, a medical condition can befall them that is so severe that it leaves them disabled. While these conditions may be painful, affect a person's ability to carry out daily tasks and even decrease a person's life expectancy, they can also wreak havoc on an individual's financial well-being. This is because a disabling medical condition often leaves an individual unable to work during a time when medical expenses quickly mount. Fortunately, individuals who find themselves in this situation may be able to find relief through the Social Security Disability system. However, before benefits can be obtained, specific requirements about the medical condition must be met.

A vicarious liability claim after a truck accident

Many motorists in Wisconsin are nervous when driving near semi-trucks. This sense of unease is well-founded. After all, these massive vehicles dwarf the average passenger vehicle, meaning that they can cause devastation in the event of a truck accident. These wrecks occur with far too much frequency, and they often leave victims with extensive damages in the form of medical expenses, lost wages and pain and suffering. Although these damages may be recoverable through a personal injury lawsuit, securing compensation isn't such an easy task, even after a negligent trucker is found liable.

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