Social Security Disability Insurance is a Federally run program that provides supplemental income for those with disabilities that make it difficult for them to maintain employment. If you are unable to work due to a disability you might be eligible to receive these benefits. Individuals who believe they qualify for this benefit need to apply through the Social Security Administration or SSA.
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Robert Golan, PC a worker’s compensation attorney serving Suffolk and Nassau counties, recently won an appeal in the case of a thermometer factory worker who was exposed to mercury and developed mercury poisoning. The Trial Judge ruled that although she was in fact exposed to mercury at work and could no longer work in any environment containing mercury, she was otherwise healthy, and was not entitled to workers compensation monetary benefits. The Trial Judge based his Decision on a specific case precedent. Mr. Golan successfully argued that the case precedent was different from the client’s case and that the client was disabled and entitled to monetary benefits, until she could find alternative employment at the same earning level. The Appellate Court reversed the Decision of the Trial Judge. The client wrote: "Thank you so much for fighting to get me the...
If you were injured in a construction accident and are hoping to receive compensation, either from the company itself or from worker’s compensation, you should hire an attorney. If you are a family member of a loved one who was killed in a construction accident, you should hire an attorney. In fact, unless you have a law degree, you will greatly benefit from hiring an attorney as soon as you decide that you wish to file a claim after any construction accident has taken place.
Filing A Civil SuitLawyers understand how to file a civil suit. They understand the legal jargon that needs to be in place in a claim as well as the "legal theories" or basis the claim is being made on. An experienced attorney will be able to...
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