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November 2018 Archives

What is a periodic continuing disability review?

Getting disability benefits from the Social Security Administration can be a huge step for a New York resident towards securing a more stable financial future for themselves. Disability benefits require individuals to suffer from ailments that prevent them from undertaking substantial gainful activity and that are expected to last for at least a year. It would seem based on the requirements that they must initially meet, then, that the review process for disability benefits is very strict.

Staying safe as a pedestrian during darker commutes

The end of daylight savings time in November has brought about a darker commute home for many New Yorkers. Because pedestrian safety in the evening hours is the most perilous from November to March, officials across New York City are again launching several initiatives to promote safe commutes for both pedestrians and drivers.

What are my rights if a distracted driver hits me?

Distracted driving is a major problem on New York roads, but it affects communities all throughout the United States. It can take on many different forms, though most people just think of cell phone use as the cause of it. While texting, making calls, and using social media apps while driving are all dangerous distractions, other activities also pull drivers' attentions away from the roads. Eating, drinking, talking to passengers, grooming, and looking at maps are all causes of distracted driving accidents as well.

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