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    The Social Security Administration (SSA) has a special process that speeds up Social Security Disability (SSDI) applications for certain military service personnel and veterans. You are eligible for this expedited process if you became disabled while on active military duty on or after October 1, 2001. It doesn’t matter where you were when you became disabled, and your… Read More

    Greyhound Customized Ergonomic Training Reduces Injuries

    By Kenton Koszdin Law Office on September 21, 2017
    In Social Security Disability

    With tailored ergonomic training, Greyhound Lines Inc. has reduced its Workers’ Compensation claims by 60% over the past 6 years. 70% of the company’s injuries are related to materials handling including lifting, twisting, pushing and pulling. With 7,000 employees, the company experienced 745 injuries in 2010, mostly musculoskeletal. That number was dramatically reduced to 295 in 2016…. Read More

    If you have vision or hearing problems but are not considered legally blind or profoundly deaf, you may wonder if you would meet the eligibility requirements for Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits. How Social Security Evaluates Vision and Hearing Loss Once you apply for SSDI benefits, the Social Security Administration (SSA) will review your application. Included will… Read More

    The most common worker injuries are sprains and strains, and worker injury is most often the result of materials handling incidents. These are the findings of The Travelers Companies in its Injury Impact Report. This report, issued by the largest workers’ compensation carrier in the U.S., assessed data on 1.5 million worker’s compensation claims filed between… Read More

    If your application for Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits has been denied twice – first your initial application and then a Reconsideration review – it could take 20 more months to get a hearing in front of a Los Angeles judge. The SSDI appeal wait time is at record levels. The average wait time across the U.S. is 19.5… Read More

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