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    If you have any questions or concerns about any kind of disability cases, including Social Security Disability and workers’ compensation, call the Kenton Koszdin Law Office today! We’re here to help if you’ve suffered a disability or work-related injury. California law empowers employees who sustain an injury on the job with the right to file… Read More

    Immediately following an injury and while a case is pending or even active, an experienced workers’ compensation attorney may help educate injured workers about their rights and responsibilities during the life of the claim. An experienced workers’ compensation attorney may also provide valuable assistance on behalf of injured workers by staying in communication with the… Read More

    When To Report A Work-Related Injury

    By Kenton Koszdin on June 18, 2018
    In Construction Accidents

    Are you ready to fight for your benefits with a lawyer that is dedicated to helping you get results? If so, it is time to contact the Kenton Koszdin Law Office today. As your counsel and advocate, Kenton Koszdin will guide you through the arduous workers’ compensation claim approval process. if you are hurt on… Read More

    The latest Social Security Trust Fund report posts a serious warning as to when these badly needed benefits will run out – yet the Social Security Disability (SSDI) fund status has improved compared to last year. Social Security payments are made from 2 trust funds: The Disability Insurance Trust Fund for SSDI payments to disabled… Read More

    In some cases, the Social Security Administration (SSA) may commence the payment of benefits within a time frame sooner than usual. It is important to note that these payments may be made while a decision regarding benefit eligibility is pending. Payments may be expedited when a claimant who has returned to work has his or… Read More

    In some cases, the Social Security Administration (SSA) may commence the payment of benefits sooner than usual. These payments are often made while a decision regarding benefit eligibility is pending. The SSA will make a one-time expedited payment of benefits when an applicant has a financial emergency. The SSA may make one emergency advance payment… Read More

    In certain circumstances, the Social Security Administration (SSA) may start paying applicants benefits before a final decision is made on their claim. The SSA may make an immediate payment to applicants who face a financial emergency. The immediate payment may not be more than $999.00. These payments may be made to both recipients of Supplemental… Read More

    In certain circumstances, the Social Security Administration (SSA) may commence the payment of benefits more quickly than usual. It is important to note that these payments may be made while a decision regarding benefit eligibility is pending. Payments may be expedited when an applicant is deemed to be presumptively blind or have a presumptive disability,… Read More

    A recent blog briefly discussed the Blue Book, which contains the criteria used by the Social Security Administration (SSA) in determining a claimant’s disability. The Blue Book determines if an applicant for disability benefits meets the statutory standard of disability. It also contains listings of impairments and the medical criteria necessary to establish them. The listings are divided… Read More

    About Social Security’s Blue Book

    By Kenton Koszdin on June 8, 2018
    In Disability Insurance

    The criteria used by the Social Security Administration (SSA) in determining a claimant’s disability is contained in a publication known as the “Blue Book.” This text officially titled Disability Evaluation Under Social Security, establishes if an applicant for disability benefits meets the statutory standard of disability. The Blue Book includes a list of impairments with detailed requirements for establishing… Read More

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