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3 reasons nurses and other hospital workers may need SSDI

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits protect professionals from a sudden lack of income. Those who have an adequate work history and debilitating medical issues may qualify for SSDI benefits. Provided that they cannot work at all and their condition should last a year or longer, they may be eligible for SSDI benefits. Sometimes, nurses […]

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Veteran Advocates Urge House Lawmakers to Increase Pay for Individual Unemployability

On Wednesday, June 12, 2024, Veteran advocates met with the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee to discuss TDIU.  Many advocates say that the Total Disability based on Individual Unemployability (TDIU) program is in need of a major review.  TDIU provides much needed financial help for Veterans who cannot work due to their service connected disabilities, but […]

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Ozanam Charitable Pharmacy

 Every year our firm sponsors an event put on by Ozanam Charitable Pharmacy to raise money to help those in need in the Mobile, Baldwin, Escambia, and Washington County areas. Here at Gardberg and Kemmerly, we focus on helping the disabled and many times that means working with individuals without insurance and income. These financial […]

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VA to Reduce Medical Staff in Response to Budget Shortfalls

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is implementing significant staffing cuts, aiming to eliminate about 10,000 positions primarily within its medical services. This move is intended to address budget shortfalls and reallocate resources more effectively. Despite previous assurances that frontline care would largely be protected, positions for psychologists, clinical social workers, and other key healthcare […]

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