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Be Wary of Medicare Scams

By Kenton Koszdin Law Office on November 30, 2017
In Social Security Disability

Beginning next April, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services will be issuing new Medicare cards to beneficiaries. The new cards will not display Social Security numbers in an effort to reduce identity theft. Instead, a randomly-assigned number will identify each Medicare-eligible individual. It’s also open enrollment time for Medicare plans, when those eligible can change… Read More

Does receiving Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits prevent you from working? Read the following FAQs to learn the answer: Can I work at all and still receive SSDI benefits? Yes, you may work while receiving SSDI benefits. However, your income must be small – up to $1,170 per month or $1,950 if you are blind (2017 values). Earning… Read More

California has become the first state to pass legislation requiring the disclosure of certain chemicals in cleaning products. The Cleaning Product Right to Know Act of 2017 was signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown on October 15th. The purpose of the law is to make it easier for consumers and workers to identify dangerous ingredients contained… Read More

Social Security Disability (SSDI) and Retirement benefit recipients will get a 2% increase in benefits in 2018. This increase is the largest since 2012 and, after a zero increase in 2016 and a modest increase of 0.3% last year, millions of beneficiaries will be pleased. Each October, the Social Security Administration announces annual changes including benefit… Read More

Governor Brown recently signed into law changes to California’s Workers’ Compensation (WC) program. The legislation requires that employers in both the private and public sectors take immediate action in the event an employee is injured in an act of terrorism. The impetus for the WC change came from the difficulties faced by the survivors of the… Read More

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