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November 2011 Archives

Many Americans worried about longevity of disability benefits

In Ohio, many are becoming worried about the state of Social Security. The fund was designed to support individuals who require the income, but are incapable of working, whether they are elderly, disabled or needy. Social Security disability focuses directly on those individuals who have received a disabling injury and are no longer able to work. This is one of the major facets of the Social Security program, and with the lack of budget money, many Americans are beginning to believe that the fund will not last forever.

Many Americans worried about longevity of disability benefits

In Ohio, many are becoming worried about the state of Social Security. The fund was designed to support individuals who require the income, but are incapable of working, whether they are elderly, disabled or needy. Social Security disability focuses directly on those individuals who have received a disabling injury and are no longer able to work. This is one of the major facets of the Social Security program, and with the lack of budget money, many Americans are beginning to believe that the fund will not last forever.

Ohio companies receive grants for workplace safety

With many worried about becoming injured on the job, recent grants awarded in Ohio should alleviate some of those concerns. The Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation awarded more than $217,000 to 10 companies within the state hoping to make their businesses safer for their employees.

New spinal treatment may help paralyzed workers return to job

A new treatment may be in the works for individuals in Ohio and beyond who have received a life-altering injury. Anyone who has suffered a serious spinal cord injury knows that the effects can be everlasting. For those who received the injury while on the job, workers' compensation may have been sought and obtained, but for many, no amount of money can replace the abilities they lost when they were injured.

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