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    Are Heart Attacks at Work Covered by Workers’ Compensation?

    Heart diseases can happen anywhere and at any moment, even at work. Sadly, workers’ compensation may not always provide coverage for heart attacks at work. Knowing how workers’ compensation works and what kind of injuries are covered,  it is extremely crucial given how quickly America’s workforce is aging.

    What to Say to Your Workers Compensation Doctor

    While you may seek medical attention for an injury or illness from a physician recommended by your employer (or its insurance company), know that you have the right to choose your own doctor for treatment if you want to qualify for workers’ compensation benefits. Knowing what to say (and what not to say) to a workers’ compensation doctor can help ensure injured workers protect their rights to compensation.

    What Effect Does Marriage Have on SSDI Benefits?

    Did you know if you are disabled and receiving Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits, your marital status does not impact your SSD payments? You will continue receiving SSD payments if you remain single or married.

    Understanding Your Social Security Benefit Amount

    Knowing how much social security benefits you are entitled to is one thing, but knowing if you qualify at all is the first step in understanding your social security benefits. The Social Security Administration (SSA) has a certain criterion that individuals must meet in order to qualify for benefits. Here are some of their conditions.

    What’s Next After a Work-Related Injury

    Any injury that occurs to an employee at the workplace almost certainly makes them eligible for workers’ compensation payments. Almost all employers are obligated by state law to have workers’ compensation insurance in place for their employees.

    Is Your SSDI Check Late?

    What is SSDI? The Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is a federal-run income benefits program that helps people with impairments. Benefits are granted to individuals who are unable to work for a year or more due to a disability, as per the Social Security Administration (SSA). Those who qualify get payments on a monthly basis. SSDI is… Read More

    Tips for Getting Your SSDI Application Approved

    Obtaining Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits may be a time-consuming and unpleasant process. The vast majority of claimants are denied benefits at the outset of their applications, and it may take months, if not years, for a claimant to get the disability payments to which they are entitled.   It is critical to approach the SSDI… Read More

    Injured on The Job? When Workers’ Comp Might Not Cover Your Injuries

    Workers’ compensation is a no-fault system i.e. benefits are paid regardless of who is to blame for the injury. The objective of this system is to make up for the difficulties and hardships that the wounded workers experience. Several injuries, however, are not covered by workers’ compensation.

    For an individual to be considered disabled by Social Security Disability, the case is reviewed according to a long list of medical guidelines, regulations, and laws.

    How Can a Workers’ Compensation Attorney Help Me?

    Workplace injuries occur more frequently than you might imagine. A well-seasoned and trusted attorney might be the difference between you obtaining fair and full compensation or not.

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