With April already here, Tax Day is just around the corner. Uncle Sam is ready and waiting to learn about your income from 2015 and collect from or return tax dollars to New Yorkers. Although Tax Day for Americans traditionally is April 15, the official date this year is Monday, April 18. As New Yorkers likely know, this is the last day to inform the United States Internal Revenue Service of their income from the previous fiscal year. Filing may be done via mail or electronically.
Many New Yorkers are not aware that in addition to serious illnesses and injuries, the Social Security Administration also includes mental disorders as qualifying conditions for Social Security Disability Benefits. The qualifying conditions include, but are not limited to, panic attacks, schizophrenia, mental retardation and bipolar disorders. But, what is bipolar disorder?
March marks the end of winter and the start of spring. As the snow melts through parts of the United States, the ground thaws and flowers, trees and grass start to grow once again. Americans will also start to become more active with outdoor activities, so disabling injuries rise as well.
Social Security disability benefits can represent a financial lifeline for people whose medical conditions make it nearly impossible to work for a living. Unfortunately, the process of applying for these benefits can be difficult and often time-consuming.
According to police, a man suffered a serious leg injury from a late morning accident in Southampton, New York, at 2510 Montauk Highway. Members of the Bridgehampton Ambulance, Corp., had the victim airlifted to Stony Brook after responding to the accident.