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  • How To Make A Storm Damage Claim

    September 24, 2014

    Strong summer storms have rocked the Midwest (the east coast and southwest), leaving destruction in their wake. While most homeowners or renters have some kind of property insurance to make them whole after a natural disaster, these policies don’t activate themselves. There are positive steps to take after a heavy storm wreaks havoc.

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  • MLive: “Mark Bernstein Supplies Bone Marrow…” (link opens in a new window)

    September 20, 2014

    "Esteemed lawyer and University of Michigan regent Mark Bernstein didn't remember joining the national bone marrow registry 15 years ago when he worked in the White House, but he was reminded last month when he got a call telling him he could save someone's life."

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  • WDIV: Mark Bernstein Donates Bone Marrow (link opens in a new window)

    September 19, 2014

    "If we can just get a few thousand more registered... there's no doubt it will save lives" - Mark Bernstein

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  • Joint Replacement

    August 27, 2014

    It doesn’t matter if you are careful, athletic, careless or sedentary. If you live long enough, the cartilage between your joints is going to deteriorate to the point where movement will become difficult and painful. While joint replacement is a very common and routine surgery, there are still dangers to contend with.

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  • Social Security

    August 20, 2014

    After years of school and work, tens of millions of Americans turn to the Social Security Administration for assistance. What they’ll find is that the wait to get benefits might be longer than they’d thought.

    Over the past four years, the SSA has cut about 11,000 staff and offices (scores of brick-and-mortar as well as hundreds of mobile locations) nationwide at a rate never before seen, according to the U.S. Senate Commission on Aging.

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