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    Suspect a Violation Caused a Workplace Injury? Consider Contacting Cal/OSHA

    The state of California works with the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to ensure that workplaces follow health and safety regulations intended to protect workers. If you believe your workplace is violating these regulations, you can contact Cal/OSHA to alert them about the conditions. You do not have to wait until someone suffers… Read More

    What Information Should I Include on my Workers’ Comp Claim Form?

    If you’re injured on the job, you’ll need to fill out a workers’ compensation claim form as soon as you can after the accident. Your employer should provide you a copy of this form, or you can download it from the California Division of Workers’ Compensation website here: http://www.dir.ca.gov/dwc/FileAClaim.htm. When you give the completed form… Read More

    If you qualify for Social Security disability (SSD) benefits, you may continue to receive these benefits even if you leave the United States – for instance, if you decide to travel for more than thirty days. An experienced southern California Social Security disability benefits attorney can help you understand how the rules for traveling and… Read More

    Who Can Represent Me When Seeking Social Security Disability Insurance Coverage?

    The Social Security Administration (SSA) is in charge of administering Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. Demonstrating that you qualify for benefits and getting them can be an uphill battle, especially if your disability makes it difficult to perform once-routine tasks like making phone calls, answering questions, or gathering information. Fortunately, the SSA allows you… Read More

    California workers who are injured on the job are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits to help them meet the costs of those injuries in most situations. However, it’s not always easy to get the benefits you need, which is why many experienced southern California workers’ compensation attorneys are dedicated to helping injured workers. One reason benefits can… Read More

    What Should I Bring to My Social Security Disability Interview?

    Once you apply for Social Security disability (SSD) benefits, you may be asked to attend an interview at a Social Security Administration (SSA) office. Your California SSD benefits attorney can help you prepare for this interview. You should plan to bring along several key pieces of information, including: Any medical records you currently have; Workers’… Read More

    Can I Get Disability Benefits Even if My Condition Isn’t in the Disability “Blue Book”?

    The “Blue Book” is the Social Security Administration’s (SSA’s) list of disabling conditions that may qualify a child or an adult for Social Security disability (SSD) benefits, as long as that person also meets other requirements. The Blue Book categorizes disabling conditions according to the body part or system that is most affected by the… Read More

    Social Security Announces 1.7 Percent Benefits Increase

    People who receive retirement or disability benefits from the Social Security Administration (SSA) will receive a 1.7 percent cost-of-living increase in their monthly checks, according to a recent report from ABC News. The increase is based on price inflation, which the SSA says has stayed fairly low over the last year despite the increase in gas… Read More

    California Workers’ Compensation May Provide Accommodations for Disabled Workers

    Hundreds of workers are injured in California workplace accidents each year. Many of these individuals are covered by workers’ compensation, which provides payments to cover medical bills, replaces some of the wages lost during recovery, and gives support for workers who are disabled as a result of their injuries.Not all disabilities take a worker out of the… Read More

    What Information Will I Need for a Social Security Disability Claim?

    If you’ve been injured or suffer from an illness that prevents you from working, you may qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. The first step in seeking benefits is to apply for them with the Social Security Administration (SSA). The application process can be long and involved, so it’s wise to have an idea of… Read More

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