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A new scam targeting Social Security Disability (SSD) and Social Security retirement benefits recipients is in the works, according to a recent ABC News report. Those who are applying for benefits may also be targeted, so it’s wise to be aware of what’s being said when someone contacts you about your benefits – and to speak to… Read More

Supplemental Job Displacement Benefits (SJDB) are a type of California workers’ compensation benefit available to those who have a permanent disability rating and who want to go back to work, but whose employers have not offered them a job they can do with their work-related disability. California’s workers’ compensation laws went through a number of changes in… Read More

In most cases, a person seeking Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits based on his or her own work record will need a certain amount of work within a recent time period in order to qualify for benefits. This is known as the “work credit” requirement. The work credit requirement is based on two factors:… Read More

The state of California works with the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to ensure that workplaces follow health and safety regulations intended to protect workers. If you believe your workplace is violating these regulations, you can contact Cal/OSHA to alert them about the conditions. You do not have to wait until someone suffers… Read More

When you’re injured on the job, filing a workers’ compensation claim form, DWC-1, with your employer is usually the first step you have to take to get the ball rolling for your workers’ compensation coverage. In order to know if your employer is holding up his or her end of the bargain, however, you need… Read More

For many people, National Heart Month brings a renewed commitment to heart-healthy exercise, diet, and living habits. For others, the month is a reminder that their cardiac health is already impaired – and that keeping their hearts in the best shape possible is important, even with a disability. Many heart-related conditions make a person eligible… Read More

The California Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) recently released the first of several new regulations designed to implement the recent changes to workers’ compensation laws that were passed by the state legislature. The new workers’ compensation law increased permanent disability benefits, created an independent medical panel to review injuries, and made changes to lien and… Read More

The Social Security Administration (SSA) is required to review the file of every person receiving Social Security disability (SSD) benefits from time to time. The amount of time between reviews depends on how likely your medical condition is to improve. During a review, you may have an experienced Social Security disability attorney of your choice… Read More

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