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Talking About You with ESTRA is a car accident radio show which shares the problems and solutions of Insurance Policyholders dealing with Insurance Companies, Employee Benefits, Social Security Disability, and other concerns such as Disability Surveillance which occur after a collision. Listen every Monday at 7:30 pm PST. Call the host at (718) 766-4385 during the show to share comments and experiences. Join in for honest talk with honest answers. Find over 100+ podcast on Blog Talk Radio, iTunes, and ESTRA Car Accident Official Site. Follow ESTRA on @ESTRAsRadioShow on Twitter and https://www.facebook.com/ESTRARadio.

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There is so much to say about Social Security Disability Surveillance, this is Part II in the series. Here an indepth discussion on online harassment and intimidation which consist of items being turned on/off on electronic devices without showing up for you to see, connecting your computers to their networks, virus protection software update problems to keep your computer vulnerable, passwords being hacked, and yes this is another endless list, so stay tuned. Submit your stories to http://www.estracarwreckhelp.com/contact/
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What is one of the best hidden secrets? Social Security Disability Surveillance. Who works with them? What are their tactics? How will impact you today? Currently Congress has legislation which is opening 54 Surveillance Units in... more

Is your world turned upside down after a car accident? Wounded, worried, and a lot of wandering thoughts. There is a lot of information to process and a lot of things to do on the road to recovery. Have can you decipher all of this... more

Why would Corporate America want Employees to apply for Social Security Disability Income? How does this benefit or hurt Employees? Do workers understand the maze they are about to encounter? Who benefits from this... more

Why does Wall Street like to prey on the weakest individuals or those without the ability to protect themselves? Regardless of level of power and resources obtained by wealthiest Americans in the world, it never seems enough.... more

The heartache felt at the loss of a loved one never quite mends in the heart. There is a hunger for past relationship and a desire for one more day just won't be fulfilled. There is a joy and peace that can be found in what is lasting more... more

For decades, Wall Street has been trying to get their hands on money to use in the Stock Market from Social Security Income. Babyboomers funded both their own retirement and the generation before them. Where has the money gone?... more

When was the last time Congress thought about you? Cared about how your life was going? Protected you from Bad Faith Insurance practices from Auto Insurance Companies? What has Congress given this industry in protections... more

This is a relationship in most cases is not what it appears to for policyholders. On the outer surface, it appears to be one of protection by the insurance company for the policyholder. An agreement is written up by the insurance company and... more

Insurance Companies testifying in front of Congress is like a revolving door which provides them with legislation used in court, more tax exemptions and subsidies, the likes any group of citizens will never see, on top of many... more

Prioritizing personal goals will decide what is lost or gained in most cases. When recovery is ranked at the top, outcomes can be as good as it gets. If financial safety and security is protected, what is available will last longer. This may... more
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