Kimbrough Law: Fighting for Veterans

Kimbrough Law has a long track record of success helping veterans and their families secure VA disability and pension benefits. We've received benefit awards for more than 500 veterans and their families, many of whom had given up hope. One veterans explains how Kimbrough Law helped him.

It Gets Worse Before It Gets Better—Unless You’re Over 50

Happiness might seem like a pretty straightforward thing. But if you’re an economics researcher, happiness is anything but straightforward. In fact, it’s fairly U-shaped. Labor economists from the University of Warwick surveyed life satisfaction in countries around the world in the 1990’s. The results were clear: life satisfaction declined with age for the first few decades, hitting a rock bottom point in the 40s or 50s. From there on, life happiness steadily increased—sometimes even reaching a higher level than in the 20s—until it petered out due to disability or final illnesses crept in at the very end. Other economists and researchers have found this same outcome in various studies throug

Everyone Needs a Will

Think you can skate by without a will? Attorney Kim Kimbrough encourages you to think again. View more educational videos on Kimbrough Law's YouTube channel.

Guns & Dementia

Statistics indicate that about 43% of American households have at least one gun in their possession. In 2018, 5.7 million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease. That number will increase as the population continues to age. If you care for a loved one with dementia and have a gun in your home, you’ll want to pay attention to the risk of danger. You may be concerned about your family member being able to drive. Maybe you’ve even tried to hide the car keys or sold the car. You may also wonder if they can still operate the stove safely without causing a household fire. But have you considered the risk of having a gun in your home? Have you thought about what could happen? Quite often, a person will

Thrift Won't Be Enough

When it comes to paying for long-term care, being frugal is no longer enough. But well-placed planning can make all the difference. Attorney Kim Kimbrough explains. View more educational videos on Kimbrough Law's YouTube channel.

Palliative Care & Hospice Care: What's the Difference?

The mere mention of the terms palliative care and hospice care can conjure up images of death and dying for many people. The prevailing thought is that someone must be near end of life if these services are being introduced by the medical team. Or another common belief is that they’re giving up on me or my loved one and nothing more can be done. In the context of person-centered care, hospice and palliative care can provide a tremendous amount of value at different points in a person’s healthcare journey. The terms are often used interchangeably which is not correct. So, what exactly are these services and how do they differ from one another? First, what are the similarities? Before we talk

Family Holiday Visits

If it has been awhile since your last trip home to see your elderly parents, it may be a good idea to do a little detective work during your visit. Elder Care Coordinator Alice Woodard offers some helpful tips. View more educational videos on Kimbrough Law's YouTube channel.

Flu Shots for Seniors

Do you care for someone over the age of 65? Are you wondering if they should get the flu shot? The answer is yes. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), people 65 years and older should receive the flu vaccination by the end of October each year, before the flu season starts.1 The flu shot is also encouraged for family members and caregivers of seniors. Why is the flu shot important? Your immune system weakens with age and an older person is less able to fight off viruses. As a result, people 65 and older are at increased risk of developing serious complications from the flu. While a younger person will recover quickly and easily, this is less likely to be the case

The Holidays and Alzheimer's - Part 1

With planning and adjusted expectations, holiday celebrations with loved ones with Alzheimer's disease can still be happy occasions. Elder Care Coordinator Bre Simmons offers some helpful tips. This is the second video in a two-part series. View more educational videos on Kimbrough Law's YouTube channel.

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