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    Symptoms Assessment Process for Disability

    By Kenton Koszdin on October 17, 2018
    In Disability Insurance

    The symptoms assessment process for people applying for disability is not cut and dried. The Code of Federal Regulations sets out a number of conditions which are considered when processing a disability claim. General Determination of Disability When you file a claim for disability, your symptoms and pain are considered as part of the assessment… Read More

    Disability Claim Appeal Process

    By Kenton Koszdin on October 16, 2018
    In Social Security Claims Process

    If you’ve been denied for SSI (Supplemental Security Income) or SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance) you have the right to file a disability claim appeal. There are regulations about how and when this must be done, as well as a process you will need to go through. If your disability claim was denied and you… Read More

    In several states, including California, you can submit a Workers’ Compensation claim for stress. However, this is one of the hardest injuries or illnesses to prove and that burden of proof is on the employee, which can make your claim for stress-related injury or illness even more stressful. When making your decision about whether or… Read More

    Applying for Social Security benefits, whether SSI or SSDI, can be a lengthy process. There is a lot of paperwork involved. Even if you apply over the phone, the representative will be asking for the same information to help them fill out the forms on your behalf. But just what is needed? Preparing to fill… Read More

    Social Security Disability (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) are two federal programs that provide benefits for individuals with disabilities. The SSDI program provides income to disabled workers who have worked long enough to qualify and who have paid Social Security taxes. SSI benefits are need-based; to be eligible, individuals with disabilities must demonstrate that… Read More

    Hiring a Workers’ Compensation lawyer can help you get the benefits you need after being injured on the job, or if you have an illness related to your work environment. There are several reasons you would need a lawyer to get through the Workers’ Compensation process. If the thought of going it alone makes you… Read More

    Can You Directly Sue Your Employer?

    By Kenton Koszdin on October 10, 2018
    In Workers Compensation

    While there are ways to help protect employees in certain situations, such as being injured in the work-place, there are still reasons to sue your employer. When considering whether or not to sue your employer, it is important to know when a lawsuit is warranted and when it isn’t worth the time and legal fees,… Read More

    OSHA has established rules and regulations regarding the construction industry to help increase safety on construction sites. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is responsible for establishing safety rules for all employees regardless of industry. However, the construction industry presents several unique work hazards. Safety standards for the construction industry are in place based on… Read More

    If your Workers’ Compensation Claim has been denied, there are several steps to go through when it comes to an appeal of the decision. Depending on the reason for the denial, the process may be short or it could be lengthy. To receive any Workers’ Comp benefits to which you may be entitled, it is… Read More

    Filing a Worker’s Compensation claim after sustaining workplace injuries or illnesses is a common procedure. Some cases may be open and shut, making it very easy for you to get your benefits while out of work recovering, and you simply go back to work when healed. However, some cases are not so easy to handle… Read More

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