In order to keep up with inflation, Washington’s Department of Labor and Industries increases worker’s compensation benefits once per year, on July 1. This year, the increase was 2.6% as Washington’s average annual wage grew in 2015 to $56,273. State law requires that benefits be adjusted each year to reflect the change in the state’s average wage […]
I have always been taught that if I can get my little self out of the way and open to the LOVE which is greater than all of us, the LOVE inspires, illuminates, and designates the way.
Regardless of the situation we may find ourselves in, we can take a moment, sit very still, quiet the mind, and appreciate one self. This process opens the mind to receive the light/love that is trying to pour in, which can lead us to a solution.
This is what Ruth’s art room at her office. Come and visit!
I recently settled a hit and run road rage case. This is something I routinely see happening now. In this case my client was traveling to work in the early morning hours on I-405. His vehicle was side swiped by another vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed. The driver that hit my client fled the scene […]
Q. What happens if I have no car insurance or medical insurance and I am injured in an auto accident? What can I do? A. The easiest answer is to get chiropractic care as a chiropractor will wait to be paid and will put a lien on the case. But this can also be a very expensive […]
Bad news: Social Security disability benefits may be garnished if the beneficiary has outstanding student loans. Good news: Some student loans can be discharged if the former student is found to be disabled. Better news: The discharge process was recently simplified for those Social Security Disability beneficiaries who are totally permanently disabled. Generally, total permanent […]
Ruth creates work using various mediums and in various settings. This is her first outdoor installation, at a friend’s house.
You might think that once you start receiving disability payments through social security that you can’t work. But, according to The Motley Fool, you actually can work under certain circumstances. To be considered eligible for Social Security disability benefits, you cannot engage in what’s known as substantial gainful activity (SGA). The Social Security Administration defines […]
Washington state’s Worker’s Compensation System is run by the state department of Labor and Industries. It covered 2.69 million workers spread across 174,000 employers in 2015. Like other Worker’s Compensation insurance, it is “no fault” which means it pays eligible claims no matter who is at fault. It covers most workers in the state, with […]