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What to do after a car accident? Prioritizing personal goals will decide what is lost or gained. When recovery is ranked at the top, outcome can be as good as it gets. If financial safety and security is protected, what is available will last longer. This may be one of the biggest surprises encountered in lifetime. Collisions have changed lives in an instant and what is done afterwards helps to move forward or be left behind.
Join me, ESTRA today in a chat about what to do after a car accident.
October is Car Accident Awareness Month. This is the second year of sharing Insurance Policyholder Rights. Most people are too embarrassed to speak out when dealing with Auto Insurer's mistreatment or unfairness. Come learn about Auto Insurance Companies and your Insured Civil Rights, Employers who are also Employees Insurance Companies, Short-Term and Long-Term Disability Insurance most people don't expect to use, and what you need to know about Social Security Disability process.
You are the most important person in this equation. Supposedly, insurance contracts are created for your protection. However, have they become major contracts of let the buyer beware?
Join me, ESTRA for a month long discussion on what you need to know before having to file an insurance claim and how to protect yourself from bad faith insurance carriers.
Get FREE copy of book Car Accident by ESTRA & 2015 Car Accident Weekly Planner during October Car Accident Awareness Month. Pay for only shipping and handling! Code Word to include in email is: Policyholder. Click Email link during Talking About You with ESTRA Radio Show now! Its on left hand side of screen.
From a local legend who has held dozens of wrestling championships to a rising local talent who looks to add yet another championship to his collection this weekend, Georgia Wrestling Now welcomes two tag team greats whose transitions into singles competition was more than successful. First, Wrestling with Pop Culture's Jonathan Williams and Platinum Championship Wrestling's Matt Hankins talk to Pro Wrestling International International Ultra "J" Champion Ethan Case about his recent Premiere Wrestling Xperience X16 tournament win, this weekend's Allied Independent Wrestling Federations America's Heavyweight Championship tournament at Southern Fried Championship Wrestling and more. Then we talk to The Rock 'n' Roll Express' Ricky Morton about his legendary National Wrestling Alliance career, his Big Time Wrestling match in Alma, Ga. this weekend and other topics. Listen live every Monday at 7 p.m. EST and call 347-324-5735 for questions or comments.
Sometimes we seek growth, knowledge, insight, and other times , life shows us our ability to grow.
Here we look at how life offers us opportunities dily to evolve our thoughts, our perceptions, even our views.We are in a constantly evolving world and soul , that responds to new concepts fr change and evolution when we are ligned in thought, and priorities...
In this episode, Dr. O'Connor will discuss the case of a 37 year old man that had a heart attack secondary to anabolic steroid use. Listen to the full story and learn what NOT to do. Also, the American Marine is back on the show and he will give us his take on America and steroids.
Join us for the 204th episode of The Verbal Submission as hosts Brian Hemminger, Gerry Rodriguez and Richard Perry discuss the latest happenings in the world of MMA. We'll be talking last night's UFC Fight Night 73 event and much, much more.
Our special guest will be surging UFC lightweight contender Johnny Case, who made a big gym switch-up to Power MMA and is hoping to compete later this year in Brazil.
Dr. Paul Connett visits Perfectly Healthy And Toned Radio to discuss his book," The Case Against Fluoride" - How Hazardous Waste Ended Up In Our Drinking Water and the Bad Science and Powerful Politics That Keep It There.
Paul Connett is Professor Emeritus in Environmental Chemistry at St. Lawrence University in Canton, NY. For the past 30 years, Paul has put his scientific knowledge to work by helping (without fee) communities around the world understand the science of controversial issues like incineration and fluoridation. In addition to explaining the dangers of these practices he offers details of the alternatives.
Author Sheyna Galyan stops by It's A Mystery to Me with Stacy Verdick Case to discuss the latest in the Rabbi David Cohn mysteries Strength to Stand.
Sheyna’s most recent short story “Sketches for Cinco” is included in the mystery anthology Festival of Crime (Nodin Press, 2014), and her essays and articles have appeared in TCJewfolk, American Jewish World, St. Paul Voice, and various other publications.
With advanced degrees in psychology and education, she has worked as a counselor, consultant, lecturer, journalist, and Jewish educator. She graduated in 2013 from the St. Paul Citizen’s Police Academy and now attempts to get her law enforcement fix from writing suspense novels. Fascinated by the intersection of tradition and technology, her favorite questions are “Why?” and “Why not?” She lives with her husband and children in the Twin Cities, where she is at work on the next Rabbi David Cohen novel.
Vistit Sheyna on the web at: www.sheynagalyan.com
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Today's show introduces the groundbreaking research of Louis Michelle Vital, Ph.D. Michelle shares her dissertation and books she recently read.
About Michelle Vital
She is a 2015 graduate of the Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education doctoral program at Michigan State University, where she also earned her Master of Arts in Student Affairs Administration. She completed her Bachelor of Arts at Simmons College where she double majored in Sociology and African American Studies. Michelle’s research interests include the intersection of higher education and international development, the role of non-governmental organizations in higher education environments in low-income countries, the internationalization of U.S. higher education, graduate student experiences in higher education, and qualitative research methods that address preparation for international field work and also focuses on one’s positionality as a researcher in order to become a more critically reflexive scholar-practitioner. Her dissertation research was a case study of the Haitian Education and Leadership Program (HELP). Her study examined key stakeholder’s perceptions of challenges within the Haitian higher education system and how HELP supports the academic and future success of university students in Haiti.
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