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We all need all need a source of income to be able to get by in the world. If you’re dealing with an illness, injury, or disability that makes it impossible for you to work, one option to help get the money you need to cover your day-to-day expenses is by applying for SSDI benefits

Getting behind the wheel of a car when you’re tired can pose a very serious danger to yourself and to other drivers on the road. Drowsy drivers have slower reaction times and have a harder time focusing on everything that’s going on around them. It’s estimated that drowsy driving caused 72,000 car accidents in 2013,

In March 2015, Steve Esmond, his wife Theresa, and their teenage sons Ryan and Sean traveled to the U.S. Virgin Islands for the vacation of a lifetime. The family had booked their accommodations at a luxurious condo in a resort in St. John. Their vacation suddenly turned from a dream to a nightmare when the

As the water crisis in Flint continues, millions of people in the state of Michigan and across the country are demanding answers about how something like this could have happened and what could have been done to stop it. A big way to get answers to those questions would involve finding out exactly what Governor

Now that so many reviews of just about anything are just a Google search away, people can do their research before making nearly any kind of commitment. If you’re taking a trip, you can find reviews of the hotels you’re considering staying at. If you’re shopping for a new car, you can easily look up

Randall Miller, director of the now-scrapped movie Midnight Rider, has been released early from prison after being convicted for the death of 27-year-old camera assistant Sarah Jones. Jones was killed on February 20, 2014 when the crew was getting ready to film a dream sequence on a train trestle in Doctortown, Georgia. Jones was killed

Safety features in cars have come a long way over the past century. As technology has progressed, it’s allowed automakers to make the vehicles we rely on everyday safer and safer. Despite the progress we’ve made, tens of thousands of people still die in car accidents every year and thousands more are injured. The majority

3 Movies About Unsafe Workplaces

Tuesday, 29 March 2016 by

There’s nothing entertaining about unsafe workplaces. In 2014, 4,679 workers were killed on the job, which worked out to an average of nearly 90 deaths per week or about 13 worker deaths every day. Another 3 million workers suffered non-fatal work-related illnesses and injuries that same year. However, many excellent films have been made over

With the way automotive technology is headed, it might not be long before cars that drive themselves start becoming a common sight on America’s roadways. Some forms of self-driving technology, such as parking assistance and automatic emergency braking have been making their way into cars for a few years now, but would you be willing

When five people who all work in the same building suddenly die on the job over the course of 14 months, there’s absolutely cause for concern. Could those deaths have been caused by something dangerous in the workplace? This is exactly what has happened at the USPS Michigan Metroplex Processing and Distribution Center in Pontiac,

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