Those who care for a family member while also working can face challenges balancing work and caregiving duties. New legislation introduced in the U.S. Senate would make it illegal for employers to discriminate against a worker because of their caregiving responsibilities.
A scion of the Kennedy family has pleaded guilty to embezzling nearly $8 million that was intended to purchase structured settlement annuities for children who were plaintiffs in medical malpractice cases.
Because personal injuries usually don’t just go away once the parties settle a lawsuit, Medicare recipients need to set up a fund to reimburse the government for future medical expenses related to their injury.
As the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, voting by mail is rapidly become the preferred method of many states and municipalities, but in some jurisdictions the needs of people with disabilities are not being taken into consideration.
Disability justice activist Stacey Park Milbern, a national leader in making the disability rights movement more inclusive of people of color and non-traditional gender identities, died May 19 of complications from surgery. It was her 33rd birthday.
A dubious legal theory is circulating on social media, and in recently filed lawsuits, that people are protected by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) from being forced to wear face covering in order to enter a store.