Imagine for a moment that you have lost one of your arms because of a serious injury. Without your arm, you have lost the ability to perform certain tasks as well as your ability to feel the world around you. Though you may have a prosthetic arm that helps you regain some of what you have lost, technology has been unable to replace the one thing you may miss the most: your sense of touch.
One of the big headlines of the past week appears to turn up the heat on the Social Security Administration and the issues the government is facing regarding the solvency of the disability insurance program.
Have you ever seen the move "Jerry Maguire"? A big line from the film, one you can still hear applied in a lot of situations today is, "Show me the money!"
The world is filled with ambiguities. That's true in law as in other areas. On the criminal side of things you have the tenet that says a defendant is innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. For a lot of people, there can be big questions about what constitutes reasonable doubt.
If you've suffered an injury in an accident and have been left disabled as a result, chances are good your hands are more than full just trying to fulfill chores of everyday life. Bathing, general hygiene care, dressing, even getting in and out of bed may require a second set of hands.