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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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Why injured would be placed under surveillance in most cases is due to the greed of Insurance Companies, Employers, or Social Security Disability for Wall Street. Most cases of fraud are performed by white collar companies with the power and resources to hide their actions. People whom become disabled after a car accident are typically poor with not enough resources to protect themselves against multi-billion dollar corporations, especially when most do not have enough to take care of themselves and their families. Their time is often spent trying to survive day to day struggles. Therefore, attempts to break injured or disabled people down for the greed of Wall Street Companies shows a sad state of affairs and standards set by the Insurance Industry. Congress has the power to change these circumstances through enacting Insured Civil Rights Legislation to protect Policyholders. Until corporations or organizations who harass and intimidate injured or disabled people after a car wreck decide to do the right things, you must make the decision to lay down and be walked over by these companies or stand up to protect yourself and those in similar situations. Today let's talk about surveillance Life After Disability.
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Prsonal Injury Recovery is often a long and lonely process. The struggles to regain some of life's basic abilities often seem as a Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier Fight. After a number of rounds of Physical Therapy, Medications,... more

Life after Disability can be filled with hope, determination, and peace. Personal Injury provides much time for reflection on life: Where you have been, where you are now, and where you want to go! Life never stops, only transforms. Ones... more

Why would the Social Security Administration need protections in not sharing information regarding Policyholders? In fact, why would this information not be available to insured from any insurer? Personally, I believe we would all be... more

Independence Day takes on new meaning after personal injury. The injured often face confusion, pain, and often tough decision to be made leave people hurt in car accidents with too problems. Therefore, the freedom and independence found... more

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... more

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
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