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The Social Security Administration (SSA) recently announced that it is adding 25 new Compassionate Allowances conditions to assure that Americans with the most pressing disabilities receive benefits in an expedited manner. What exactly is a Compassionate Allowance? Basically, the SSA has deemed 225 conditions, including the new ones just added, as so severe that those… Read More

Workers Need to Be Protected from Silica Exposure

By Kenton Koszdin Law Office on January 20, 2014
In Workers Compensation Claims

A recent study conducted by the American Cancer Society has confirmed what was already suspected: that exposure to silica, a mineral commonly found in materials, such as stone, sand, rock, and concrete, can increase the chance of contracting lung cancer. Workers in the construction, manufacturing, and mining industries are particularly vulnerable to exposure to the… Read More

It is no secret that many people in the United States have had to take out loans from the federal government in order to pay for higher education. However, what happens if you received your degree and have worked for years to pay off the student loan, but suddenly become totally and permanently disabled and… Read More

A new survey conducted by FindLaw.com says that 21% of Americans have suffered an injury on the job that was severe enough to make them take time off from work. The survey, which asked 1,000 employees about their workplace experiences, broke down what the most common workplace injuries are, who suffered them, and who didn’t report an… Read More

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