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    Disability insurance is one of the most ignored types of insurance that people do not buy. You might think that you are in great health and do not need disability insurance. However, disaster can strike without warning. Accidents do happen that could prevent you from working. In addition, the body is unpredictable, and disease or illness could suddenly attack. What is Disability Insurance? Disability insurance is an insurance policy that will cover much of your salary if you are unable to work. Money is necessary to live, so this type of insurance will give you some income. It basically protects you financially if you become disabled. Why do you Need Disability Insurance? You do not want to think about becoming disabled, but there are a…

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    do not include disability insurance in their monthly budgets. The decision to allocate this insurance into their budget is pertinent, not only important to their future, but their families as well. It is highly recommend that individuals who are self-employed or have a hazardous occupation purchase disability insurance. Disability insurance policies provide an alternate income should you find yourself unable to work due to illness or injury. There are two types of disability policies, short…

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    You do not need US citizenship to qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (“SSDI”) nor do you need to be a permanent US resident. However, you must have legal status to work in The United States. In addition, you need to have a social security number assigned to you to work legally in the United States and earn the necessary work credits to qualify for benefits. Also, residents who are not US citizens and are from Cuba, North Korea, and Vietnam are unlikely to receive SSDI benefits.…

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    If you've stumbled upon this article, then you likely have set off to learn more about Physician Disability insurance for medical residents. Undoubtedly, you have either been approached by an agent, advised by a superior or spoken with peers about this type of coverage. Likely you already know that the best time to purchase a policy is when you are young and healthy - but what is the true benefit for residents and fellows in purchasing Disability insurance during fellowship or residency? The…

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    If there are other evidence that supports the same conclusion, it is a very important lesson for all of us here in the United States. In recent years, there have been mass amounts of articles and stories about the Social Security Disability Insurance Program and the increase in participants and benefits. Per the latest Trustees’ Report data, SSDI’s capital will be solvent by 2016, leaving no doubt about the fact that the program is extremely crooked and is not financially intact. Moreover, on…

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    Insurance benefits (commonly referred to as an EOB form) is a statement that is sent by a health insurance company to covered individuals explaining what medical treatments and/or services were paid for on their behalf. Congress passed the Employers’ Liability Acts of 1906 and 1908, which made contributory negligence doctrines less restrictive. Between 1898 and 1909, New York, Maryland, Massachusetts, and Montana made an attempt (but failed) to pass workers’ compensation acts. Wisconsin passed…

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    disciplinary actions such as reprimands, suspension, or termination” (Bethel, 2011). “In the year of 1964 “The Civil Rights Act” law was recognized based on race, color, gender, religion, national origin, age, disabilities and other characteristics to provide antidiscrimination protection in the workplace (Bethel University, 2011). In the employee discrimination case of Sylvia Nelson versus Dulton County Sherriff’s office the observations are based on if diversity and reasonable accommodations…

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    There are many different Human service organisations and they all operate differently with their desire purpose and meeting human needs. An organisation that will be analysed is Scope; a Victorian disability support service who support people with intellectual or physical disabilities. Whilst focusing on the services that they provide and engaging with Scopes; purpose, technology and auspice. Also importantly understanding how the organisation is structured and how it is perceived by the…

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    Everyone in the United States has the right to bear arms, thanks to the Second Amendment to the Constitution. But should everyone have this right? The Editorial Board of the Chicago Tribune believes that people with a severe mental illness should be excluded from this right, in order to ensure the safety of the general public. They are responding to the House of Representatives’ recent decision to remove the rule that banned gun ownership of people who qualified for Social Security disability…

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    the only population that receives “welfare”. Lastly, people who are dependent on welfare to survive cannot fend for themselves. They need assistance for various reasons like illness or disability. These are some ways poor and independent individuals can influence social policies and programs, which goals are to reduce poverty. Many conservative politicians have the idea that…

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