Disability insurance

Police and firefighters’ disability claims tripled after George Floyd’s murder

The number of police and firefighters requesting disability benefits from the state pension fund has tripled in the past fiscal year, with 79% saying they cannot do their jobs due to the syndrome. post-traumatic stress. The number of claims has exploded since George Floyd was assassinated by then-Minneapolis Police Officer …

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2 things to do with your money before you quit your job

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought many changes to the US economy. Businesses have changed the way they operate and have struggled to manage disrupted supply chains, and consumers have faced soaring prices for goods and services. …

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Vermont’s paid family leave plan is still ongoing

MONTPELIER, Vermont (WCAX) – The pandemic and the toll it has taken on families in Vermont has renewed calls for paid family and medical leave. It comes a year and a half after Gov. Phil Scott vetoed an effort by Vermont lawmakers to pursue a voluntary plan. Randy George, co-owner …

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Life, Retirement, Health and Disability Insurance Market 2021 SWOT Analysis, Competitive Landscape and Significant Growth

This report examines the Life, retirement, health and disability insurance market with many aspects of the industry such as market size, market status, market trends and forecast. The report also provides brief information on competitors and specific growth opportunities with major market drivers. Find the comprehensive analysis of the life, …

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Need School Bus Drivers in Pea Ridge

PEA RIDGE – “It’s a great part-time job,” said Cameron McNabb, director of facilities and transportation, of school bus drivers. The Pea Ridge School District currently has two positions open for school bus drivers – a special education route and a rural route. “We are always on the lookout for …

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Fairview Resident Calls For Community Support Amid Cancer Treatment | Communities

Cancer sucks. This not only puts a strain on the body, but also on emotions, family and wallet. Sadly, a resident of Fairview has seen this tension up close and is asking the community for help. In turn, he plans to continue helping others. Jeff Beck has a long history …

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providers benefit more than job seekers

The federal government has declared its plan for “independent evaluations” for the National Disability Insurance Scheme “dead”. But he has another plan to save money: get people with disabilities off welfare and put them to work. It is A $ 3.5 million commitment the creation of a “platform dedicated to …

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Social Security Ends Special Notice By Mail Option For The Blind

Experts: the change is “concerning” About half a million people use special notification options, according to data from the SSA. Over 388,000 do so in large print. Almost 47,000 opted for a phone call, approximately 27,500 for a registered letter, 23,000 for a data or audio CD and approximately 11,700 …

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Returning to work is not easy for some who have lost their jobs due to COVID

MILWAUKEE – Karen Miller wants to work. Ideally, the 65-year-old would go back to her old job scanning government documents for Data Dimensions in Janesville, Wisconsin. But she can’t. The company fired her in March 2020 when COVID-19 hit, and she then cut more than 100 employees after losing a …

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Disability rights activist Erin Gilmer dies at 38

July 7 in Centennial, Colorado. She was 38 years old. Anne Marie Mercurio, a friend to whom Ms Gilmer had given power of attorney, said the cause was suicide. First in Texas and then Colorado, where she had her own law firm, Ms Gilmer pushed for legislation that would make …

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