If you were injured at work, how would you support yourself? How would you pay for medical expenses without a job to provide health insurance? For injured Mississippi residents, the only option is to apply for Social Security Disability to meet their basic needs. This article will explore the application process.
Spring in Mississippi brings warmer weather and longer days. Mississippi residents, eager to soak up the spring sunshine, tend to hit the road and explore their neighborhoods a little bit more. Sometimes, this exploration includes a cocktail or two that is consumed with friends. When residents fail to utilize a designated driver, car accidents can occur.
Today, this blog will cover Supplemental Security Income or SSI. This type of income, unlike Social Security Disability Insurance, is not covered by the Social Security taxes. SSI is funded by general tax revenues.
Mississippi law requires that every person that operates a boat must be properly certified. Boating, like driving, requires a heightened sense of safety for the individual that operates the boat. Attention to safety by boat operators helps to prevent accidents that lead to injury or death to the victims.