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Whether you’re filing a new Social Security disability (SSD) claim or you’re fighting to have a denial of benefits reversed, information can be your strongest ally. The Social Security Administration (SSA) asks for certain pieces of information when initially assessing… Read More

Can I Sue a Third Party for My On-the-Job Injury in California?

By Kenton Koszdin Law Office on November 18, 2013
In Workplace Injury

Employees who are injured on the job in California typically turn to their employer’s workers’ compensation coverage first for help paying medical bills, replacement of some of the wages lost during recovery from an injury, and other benefits. Typically, workers’… Read More

In many families, one spouse has worked for many years while the other has stayed home, raising the children, taking care of the house, and participating in vital volunteer and community projects. While the “non-working” spouse may not have traded… Read More

In some situations, an employee who is injured on the job may file a workers’ compensation claim, only to hear that the claim is denied. When a claim is denied by an insurer, it typically means that the claims administrator… Read More

Social Security disability benefits have long been available for disabled individuals who need to claim benefits based on a spouse’s work record. Since the U.S. Supreme Court made the decision to strike down the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA),… Read More

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