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Disability Surveillance after a Car Accident is the last thing on an injured person's mind. Yet, don't dismiss this from happening to you. Especially if a substantial claim. The expectation of having an Auto Insurance Claim processed in the manner promised on commercials, is a rude awaking for many people injured in a car accident. ESTRA understands your situation and wants to hear your questions and concerns, so let’s talk.
Tune in on Saturdays at 11 am PST for “Talking About You with ESTRA” on BlogTalkRadio. ESTRA knows firsthand your situation. You have an opportunity to talk with Guest Speakers as we discuss experiences dealing with Insurance or Self-Insured Employer Claim Processes. Disabilities, harassment, intimidation, surveillance, are among the topics. ESTRA also slips in other fun and informative facts.
ESTRA’s has dealt with Insurance Companies such as USAA, Geico, Pemco, Progressive, Farmers, Allstate, Premera, Blue Cross, United Healthcare, Medicare. Lifewise Assurance Company, and Social Security. ESTRA’s new book, “Car Accident/Personal Injury Wisdom, Knowledge, & Support" is now available at local or online bookstores.
REBROADCAST TODAY, SAT. 3:30 PM PST. 213 943 3630, OR LINK BELOW:
Kris and his wife, Monica, lost their son, Ty, The grief process was a hard one for them, almost causing them to split, but their faith brought them through the darkest hours of their lives, and today they have two beautiful daughters, and a happy marriage. Listen as you hear the process they went through to come out on the other side, and the lessons they learned.
Join Dave Nassaney, The Caregiver's Caregiver, author of numerous articles and books, speaker, life coach, and radio talk-show host for caregivers who are burned out, but his most important role is being a caregiver to his lovely wife, Charlene. His latest book that he is now working on is entitled: The Caregiver's Caregiver, A Guide to Avoiding Burnout. It is designed to teach caregivers who are taking care of their loved ones (due to an illness or disability) how to take care of themselves FIRST. If they don't learn this, they will likely suffer burnout and become as helpless as the person they are caring for. Tune in every Wednesday at noon, PST, (Re-Broadcast Saturdays at 3:30pm PST) for interviews with experts in the caregiving field, as they discuss topics of great interest to caregivers, which will help them avoid burnout. The call in number to listen is (213) 943 3630. Recorded podcasts after interview date can be heard on: www.DaveTheCaregiversCaregiver.com
Hi, My name is Richie Jewell. I'm 22 years old and I have autism since being diagnosed at the age of 2 1/2.
Currently, i work at a local library in Beacon, NY to get some money. Outside of that, I'm a writer, motivational speaker and world/autism advocate to reach out people and raise their spirits. As of right now, I'm writing a book now titled This is Me: Life with Autism, which discusses my struggles and triumphs with my disability throughout my life. I do speeches at public places such as schools and libraries to raise awareness of autism, world problems and my struggles with my disability. Every day, there will be new challenges that are gonna confront me but I will get stronger and more confident as I conquered them. I always live by a quote made by Jim Henson. And i quote: "Life is meant to be fun, joyous, and fulfilling. May each of yours be that - having each of you as a child of mine has certainly been one of the good things in my life. Know that I've always loved each of you with an eternal, bottomless love. A love that has nothing to do with each other, for I feel my love for each of you is total and all-encompassing. Please watch out for each other and love and forgive everybody. It’s a good life, enjoy it." In order to be successful, i could try give the best advice which follows: Reach into your heart and soul to discover your talent. Sometimes, people's talents fade away and you lose something special so, hold on to it. If your talent or idea helps you, then let it set you free from the obstacles that are currently destroying your spirit. Follow your dreams and heart by listening to that “whisper” inside your head speaking to you. If you listen to it, you'll go somewhere.
Is life falling apart after a car wreck? Has income evaporated? Every other week is spent dealing with paperwork request from Auto Insurance Companies, Employers, Attorneys, Social Security Disability, Long-Term Disability Insurance Companies, or Healthcare questions. How are you to cope with all of this? Perhaps the structure is set up to make it difficult, to cause chaos, leaving feelings of being overwhelmed. But does it have to be this way?
Join me ESTRA in today's topic of: How to Get Rid Of Car Accident Worries.
Harassment and intimidation is common when trying to get out my shows. They may hinder the show from starting on time, but the shows will go on. Thanks for your support. One hour delay.
Unfortunately, one of the most overlooked and devalued groups of people are those with disabilities. In the USA, the most progressive country in the world, there is still great disparity in the treatment and access to school and work opportunities for differently-abled persons, especially those with non-visible and mental disabilities. We can openly discuss the disparity by our willingness to consider the potential of genius within every human being, regardless of the level of their abilities. Our special guest is Dr. Will Moreland, a military veteran and author of the critically acclaimed book Genius Potential. He is known as America's #1 Leadership Life Trainer and appears frequently on national television shows to share his insights on leadership, personal development and current events. To learn more about how you can support our students and Veterans with disabilities in reaching their education and workforce goals visit http://whiteappleinstitute.org -Click Radio and listen to archived shows 24/7.
Join host, Niyah Moore, as she interviews Author Ciara Webb about her debut release Murder N' Mayhem with Royalty Publishing House.
Ciara W. was born in Denver, on July 23. She was born with a developmental congenital disorder called Spina Bifida; which is Latin for "split spine" and she uses a wheelchair full time. Doctors were highly skeptical of her having a long life from this disability, but Ciara defeated all odds and is still living today in Aurora, CO.
Ciara's love for writing came in fifth grade for a writing project, which she won "best story" from a class vote. May 2014, Ciara signed with Royalty Publishing House.
Besides writing, Ciara enjoys watching television and movies. She is a huge fan of WWE & TNA Impact Pro Wrestling.
Ciara is also a huge fan of both Pro & College Football and Basketball. She definitely has to represent the home teams!
When Does Surveillance Become Stalking?
What is Surveillance?
Surveillance is the close observation of a person, place, or object. It is the practice of watching a subject in order to document and identify any of the contact, interactions, or whereabouts of the subject. Surveillance investigations can include:
Missing person searches
Cheating spouse investigations
Worker's compensation cases
Surveillance is a critical skill for any private investigator (PI). In our investigative agency, over half our cases, from criminal defense to personal injury, require some degree of surveillance. For PIs who specialize in insurance or infidelity investigations, surveillance can be the bulk of their work.
ALL PEOPLE NEED TO LEARN ABOUT BRAIN INJURY BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER THEY HAPPEN.
Are you a high level brain injury survivor and no one can see your disability or impairments? No one understands the effects of cognitive impairments like impulse control, frustration, PTSD, overstimulation of the senses, or what it is like taking time to think things out and process? Do you wonder if you are able to go out back into the work force? We have a number of people who are in these positions. Where do we go? Who do we talk to?
Join in on this radio show so we can discuss how to approach this problem. Educate yourselves, educate others, help people become aware.
Executive director David Morrissey, MPS the US International Council on Disabilities will speak about‘Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities CRPD) and the importance of it to all people with disabities now in 2014!
The United States signed the CRPD in 2009. On December 4, 2012 the United States Senate considered the ratification of the CRPD but fell 5 votes short of the super majority vote required. The media coverage of the Senate’s failure to ratify the disability treaty has been overwhelming and the CRPD’s Senate leaders remain committed to bringing the disability treaty up in the 113th Congress.
What is the “Disability Treaty?”
The Disability Treaty (known as the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities,“CRPD”) is an international treaty that was inspired by U.S. leadership in recognizing the rights of people with disabilities. Why should the Senate vote for ratification?
The Senate needs to fight for the 57.8 million Americans with disabilities, 5.5 million disabled American veterans, and the 1 billion people with disabilities around the world and vote to ratify the CRPD.
Who supports ratification of the disability treaty?
Ratification of the CRPD is supported by hundreds of disability organizations, civil rights groups, faith organizations, veterans groups, and major business groups including the Chamber of Commerce.
Join me at 10:00 PM Eastern to hear my interview with Leon Freimour. In 1990, he was bicycling and was hit by a car. Hear how Leon recovered then returned to bicycling, working at IBM, and even got married a second time. TONIGHT, SEPT. 19th at 10:00 PM Eastern Time
Fantastic Frank, born Frank R. Johnson, is the epitome of perseverance. As a young man, he was a successful chemical engineer and entrepreneur. One day while he was at the height of enjoying success, everything changed irreversibly when he was trapped in a fire, brought out in a body bag and his life changed forever. As a result, he incurred a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). It was necessary for him to re-learn everything; including how to walk and talk. Now he is motivated to inspire millions.
Every day Frank meets his challenges, and is fueled with a passion to help others with his engaging, creative manner which is awe inspiring to everyone he meets.
Some of Fantastic Frank’s significant accomplishments consist of publishing a comic book, “The Young Explorers ©” and as a motivational speaker, he captivates and touches audiences like no other. Frank is an internationally published author and the host of two BlogTalkRadio shows and he will show you how to overcome ANY obstacle.
Frank touches many people’s lives daily – let him touch yours.
Visit his website at fantasticfrankjohnson.com
Michel McDonald author of Diary of a Gay Nerd: Life After Child Abuse, It Gets Better!
Diary of a Gay Nerd is the memoir of a child abuse survivor. He doesn't consider himself a victim as his
sister claims, he considers himself a survivor and chose this platform to raise awareness of child abuse
in America in the 1970's and 80's and especially how gay children are still being treated by
homophobic parents and families.
The book chronicles nearly 41 years in 41 chapters. The book details child abuse issues, Mike as a
homeless teenager and his many relationships up until his current relationship which had lasted 17
Michel currently lives in Bakersfield with his partner of 20 years. He has many crafting hobbies and he
sells them on Etsy as a supplemental income because his disability isn't enough to live on. He has been
living with AIDS for more than 20 years and he has a mild form of Parkinson's and Scoliosis.
The book cover says 10% of profits from the book go to charity, but after he published the book, he
decided that he wanted to give 10% of profits to each of 3 LGBT organizations. PFLAG Bakersfield,
Bakersfield Gay & Lesbian Center and Bakersfield AIDS Project “Ricky's Retreat.”
A Child With A Disability? Meet Cynthia & Amy.
If you are a parent of a child with a disability, there are days when you may feel alone in this challenge. We hope that you will find some comfort in listening to Cynthia as she describes the joys and trials of raising a child with special needs. Hear how she has traveled this path with humor, patience and grace.
Living Well with your Host, Lori Boyle, of Lori Boyle Media.
The purpose of Living Well is to explore what it means to live a healthy, happy and satisfying life. We’ll discuss cutting edge insights and philosophies with guests who are physicians, health experts, holistic practitioners, award winning authors and ordinary people who have done extraordinary things.
Contact Lori Boyle at www.LoriBoyle.US
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