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Christopher Hoffmann
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The Hoffmann Law Firm, L.L.C. - Saint Louis Personal Injury Attorney & Car Accident Lawyer specializing in Accident, Automobile Accident, Crash, Injury and Compensation claims. 24 Hour Attorney Call Center. 314.361.4242
The Hoffmann Law Firm, L.L.C. - Saint Louis Personal Injury Attorney & Car Accident Lawyer specializing in Accident, Automobile Accident, Crash, Injury and Compensation claims. 24 Hour Attorney Call Center. 314.361.4242

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Will a jury side with a car accident victim who claims his injuries prevent him from playing hockey and from playing with his child and cause him to suffer “debilitating, severe floaters in his vision” as well as “serious muscle spasms in his lower back”?

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Each year, Steven M. Sweat, APC, has a college scholarship essay competition to help financially needy students with tuition and other expenses.  This year's essay competition was about how commercial truck drivers are sometimes coerced into working longer hours than allowed by law, which sometimes leads to tragic consequences.  Our winner was Hannah Sweatt of Alabama, who lost her father, a truck driver, to this very scenario.  We wish her the best in her future endeavors, which includes attending the University of Alabama to study secondary education.

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Walker Law Group is a boutique law firm offering a range of legal services including compensation,workers compensation, motor vehicle accident compensation, personal injury compensation, slip & fall compensation and public transport injury compensation.
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Congress is considering making it more difficult for a community spouse to utilize an annuity to qualify for Medicaid. The proposed bill would prevent married couples from using assets to purchase an annuity for the community spouse, so that the institutionalized spouse can apply for Medicaid. The bill would count half of the income from a community spouse's annuity as income available to the institutionalized spouse for purposes of Medicaid eligibility. Savings from the legislation would be utilized to reduce waiting lists for home health care waivers. In addition, Congress is reviewing legislation that would: count lottery winnings as income; and require Medicaid applicants to prove U.S. citizenship or residency before receiving benefits.

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