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2 killed in construction accident

In Ohio, there is always construction going on, whether it's sunny, raining or snowing. The roads are usually being worked on, and new buildings are being erected. Most of the workers will remain safe during these long days of work, but workers aren't always protected against mishaps. According to the news, a construction accident has led to the deaths of two men. The men were working out of state in Texas when the accident occurred, according to the news.

But can you believe it?

For the average person in Ohio, dealing with a tax return may be the most complex document they have had to deal with from the government. If you have been injured or developed a disease the make it impossible for you to work, you may need to apply for benefits from a program like Social Security disability insurance (SSDI), you may find the application is much more complex.

SSDI: it is an insurance policy

When people think about Social Security in Ohio, they think primarily of the Old-Age and Survivors Insurance (OASI), better known as the retirement program, which is only one part of Social Security. The other parts include, Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), are becoming better known, primarily through criticism by those who complain that too many people have obtained benefits.

Is brain damage from Alzheimer's due to lack of clock gene?

Few diseases have more irrevocable consequences than Alzheimer's disease. Once the disease begins it inexorable progress, it is only a matter of time before the individual is left disabled and incapable of working at any job. Social Security disability insurance (SSDI) provides benefits to workers in Ohio who are disabled because of a mental or physical impairment.

SSDI appeals necessary more often

In Ohio, when you apply for Social Security disability insurance (SSDI) benefits, your application first goes to the initial level of scrutiny. If your application is denied, you can then appeal to the Social Security Administration's Office of Disability Adjudication and Review.

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