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Those suffering mental health issues may get disability

Thankfully, the American Social Security system recognizes that, like physical injuries and ailments, mental illnesses can leave a person unable to work. As in the case with other types of illness, many North Carolina residents who suffer from a mental illness may be eligible for, and need, the financial stability that a monthly disability check offers.

3 tips to help you handle an insurance adjuster after a car wreck

Dealing with the effects of a car accident can be time-consuming and stressful -- at the very least, assuming you were only minimally hurt. You will have to get your car fixed, receive medical treatment for your injuries and probably miss at least a few days of work. Additionally, you will have to deal with your insurance company as well as the other driver's.

After a truck accident, it is common to feel overwhelmed

After surviving a truck accident, you might find it difficult to know how to start your recovery. Accidents that involve large commercial trucks often leave victims with serious injuries and no vehicle. The medical bills will start piling up soon, and you may not be able to work to bring in income.

Considering disability? Watch what you post on social media

If the President and the Social Security Administration have their way, the Administration will start to review the social media posts of applicants and recipients of disability benefits on a broader basis. The two parties are purportedly working on a proposal that would make such monitoring more common than it is currently.

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