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January 2016 Archives

Part 2: Can an adult child receive SSDI benefits under you?

Last week, we discussed receiving Social Security benefits for a minor child who is disabled. You may have a child with a disability that will make him or her dependent on you for life. If this is the case, is it possible for you or your child to receive adult benefits that may assist in lifelong care? Fortunately, Social Security disability insurance benefits may be available in West Virginia if your child is still disabled after reaching the age of 18.

Social Security benefits for disabled children, part 1

If you are caring for a disabled child, you may be stressed beyond the breaking point, especially if finances are a problem. At the offices of Duffield, Lovejoy, Stemple & Boggs, Attorneys at Law, we have heard from many clients in West Virginia experiencing this same situation. We understand the nuances of Social Security law, which may allow you to receive benefits for a disabled child.

Bed sores in nursing home patients

From falls to medication mistakes, nursing home residents face numerous threats to their health and safety while under the care of others. One of the most common types of nursing home injury is bed sores. Whether the result of neglect or of deliberate abuse, West Virginia senior citizens can suffer a great deal from this terrible type of injury.

Report highlights pedestrian dangers

Throughout the year, people can be seen walking or jogging on sidewalks or along the side of the road nearly anywhere that there is traffic. Drivers often forget that motor vehicles are not the only type of transportation to share the roads. As a result, pedestrian accidents are a cause of great concern for residents of West Virginia, as well as across the country.

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