Category Archives: Temporary Disability

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Does an Attorney or Representative Improve the Chances of Winning a Disability Case?

During the beginning of your compensation claim, a Long Island Workers' Compensation disability attorney can increase the likelihood of success in your SSI or SSD case. When you hire a disability attorney to begin your claim, the attorney will prepare all your documentation, stick to the required time limits and submit updates of your medical records to the offices of Social security or to the DDS officer assigned to handle your case.

Improve Your Chances of a Ruling for Your Disability Case

When you reach the date for an appeal hearing, the presence of a Long Island Workers' Compensation disability attorney can improve your chances of a ruling that favors you. What is the essence of legal representation? The provisions of the disability program of the Social Security Administration are complex such that the ordinary person is not capable of putting up a disability case that will go to hearing.

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The Temporary Disability Benefit Guide

When it comes to classifying the types of damages, a Suffolk County Workers’ Compensation lawyer will look at the extent of the damage caused by the accident. They also look at the possibility of a full recovery from an accident.

Two Classifications of Disability

The classifications range between permanent and temporary disability. Temporary disability is damage sustained from an accident that renders the employee unable to fulfill their responsibilities at work for a certain period. While the employee is recovering from such an injury, wages are lost because of the need to recover instead of work.

Temporary Disability Benefits

Temporary disability benefits come into play here. Employers should compensate their employees for lost wages due to temporary disability. While the employee is unable to work because they are busy recovering and receiving treatment, they lose out on earnings. The employer remedies these lost wages.Temporary Disability benefits divide into two classifications. These classifications vary depending...
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