Even as you rejoice in the arrival of Spring and the end of cold temperatures, you may also breathe a sigh of relief knowing that winter weather conditions will present less of a threat in terms of South Carolina car accidents.
If you suffer from a disabling medical condition that limits your ability to work, you may have already looked into the process for obtaining benefits under the federal Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) program.
The approval process can be a long one when filing for Social Security Disability Insurance or Supplemental Security Income (SSDI/SSI) benefits, sometimes up to a year or more from the date your application is received.
Statistics published in the South Carolina Department of Public Safety Traffic Collision Fact Book reveal that there was a car accident in the state once every 3.7 minutes in 2018, which breaks down into 969 fatal crashes and more than 38,00 injury-causing collisions throughout the year.
The Social Security Administration (SSA) offers two programs that provide financial support for individuals who suffer from disabling medical conditions and cannot work: Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI).
If you suffer from a disabling medical condition that affects your ability to work and financially support yourself, you may qualify to receive monetary benefits under two disability programs administered by the Social Security Administration (SSA):
Many people assume that trucking accidents are among the deadliest motor vehicle incidents on the road, but the statistics reveal that they’re even more dangerous than you might expect. According to the South Carolina Traffic Collision Fact Book, there are around 1,156 total tractor truck crashes every year in the state, causing 76 fatalities and injuries to 1,570 victims.