While many Americans throughout the Northeast, including north New Jersey, welcome the winter months and all they have to offer such as the beauty of freshly fallen snow, winter recreational activities and the holidays, but as many of us are all too aware, the winter months bring with them new hazards and the potential of serious accidents and injuries.
For instance, slip and fall injuries are not uncommon throughout the year, but the frequency of them rises significantly during the winter months when the cold weather brings snow, sleet and ice on sidewalks and the roads. While many slip and falls result in little to no injury, aside from maybe a bruised ego, there is always the potential of a serious injury such as a head or brain injury. A serious brain injury can lead to severe disabilities, including but not limited to headaches, memory loss, sensory loss, mood swings and depression, and even, in the most severe cases, even a prolonged coma or even death.
Head injuries can lead to substantial time lost at work and may require regular therapy and rehabilitation. Treatment can also lead to significant medical expenses. And a permanent injury may lead to time lost at work or the inability to maintain gainful employment.
During these trying times, it may be difficult or impossible to properly consider Social Security Disability Insurance, or SSDI, for your injuries. There are multiple SSDI benefit programs for accident injuries available to victims to help relieve the financial burden associated with a serious injury. The law offices of Sheryl Gandel Mazur are here to help you through these trying times.
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