Slow To Show Workers' Comp Injuries

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While most people associate work related injuries with sudden accidents in industrial settings, there is another category of injury that is somewhat slower to show up. Any action done over and over again, day to day, can result in a repetitive stress or strain injury. If allowed time to heal, these affected muscles, tendons, joints, and ligaments can spring back to health, but for those whose jobs depend on making the repetitive motions, healing never happens.…

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Applying For Social Security Benefits? What You Should Know About Eligibility Requirements

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If you’ve recently been diagnosed with a disability that will prevent you from working, you’re probably worried about how you’ll support yourself. That’s where Social Security disability benefits come in. Even if you’re not old enough to retire, you may still be eligible for benefits through the Social Security Administration. The disability program is designed specifically for individuals who’ve paid into the system, but aren’t old enough to retire. In addition to receiving benefits for yourself, you may also be able to receive benefits for certain family members.…

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Two Dangerous Trademark Mistakes Small Business Owners Make

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A trademark registration is the heart and soul of any business. It’s safe to say that it’s what legally protects your brand and services. When your trademark is in jeopardy, so are your profits. However, even with this understanding, a number of small businesses unknowingly put their brands at risk every day. Make sure you know what mistakes to avoid. Failure To Keep Information Current Once your initial application has been approved, you receive a legal trademark for your organization.…

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