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    It is not unusual for a company to fire or lay off an injured employee who is on workers’ compensation. Medical bills piling up, and the uncertainty of facing a complete loss of income, then looms over the now unemployed individual. Although it is morally questionable, and against the law, for a company to fire… Read More

    Personal Injury Cases: DOs and DON’Ts

    By Kenton Koszdin on November 16, 2021
    In Blogs

    Personal injury cases are legal disputes that arise when an individual suffers bodily harm from an injury or accident inflicted on them by another entity. Here are a few DOs for your personal injury cases: DO get immediate medical treatment:  To avoid any questions from the defense about delays in getting medical treatment, ensure that… Read More

    Avoid Posting Accident Details on Social Media

    By Kenton Koszdin on October 18, 2021
    In Blogs

    The risk of posting on social media after a car accident can have serious unintended consequences. Sharing everything via social media, especially the details of the incident, can be used against you.

    Will Workers’ Compensation Cover My Lost Wages?

    By Kenton Koszdin on June 29, 2021
    In Blogs

    When injured due to your place of employment, you will file a workers’ compensation claim and attempt to heal. Unfortunately, however, it doesn’t cover everything.

    Are You Eligible For SSI?

    By Kenton Koszdin on June 1, 2021
    In Blogs

    Supplemental Security Income is a program that will help provide you with monthly payments if you qualify. There are specific rules about who qualifies and who does not. In addition to that, you will find those eligible for SSI can often be eligible for additional services.

    An audit in 2015 found a vast majority of California government websites lacked ADA compliant documents available for public use. To make these changes and updates, nearly 13,000 documents containing approximately 350,000 pages were temporarily removed from all California government websites.

    Due to the Governor of California’s Stay at Home Order, my physical office is closed and we are all working remotely. Given the realities of this extreme situation, I need to make you aware of the following changes in how the office will operate.

    As of April 27, 2020, the SSA will not view the inability to speak English as an element when they assess whether a person should receive SSDI.

    With the new law, a worker is considered to be an independent contractor only if the entity paying the worker can verify all three factors

    Applying for Social Security benefits can be a time consuming process. Military service members may be eligible for expedited processing.

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