The Role Of An Administrative Law Judge In A Social Security Case?

Posted in Social Security Disability on Tuesday, Apr 12th, 2016

Based on statistics published by the Social Security Administration (SSA), only 775,739 of the more than 2.4 million applications for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) received in 2015 resulted in approvals and awards. This means that more than two-thirds of applications were denied. If you receive a denial of your initial application, however, that does […] Read More

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Avoiding Probate can Save Your Family Time and Money

Posted in Probate on Tuesday, Apr 05th, 2016

Probate is the legal process through which the estate of a person who passes away with or without a will is administered. Some of the kinds of issues that are handled by the probate court include determining whether or not a will is valid, transferring assets to the designated beneficiaries, settling tax debts, and determining […] Read More

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What Should I do if my Long-Term Disability Claim is Denied

Posted in Long Term Disability on Tuesday, Mar 15th, 2016

Long-term disability insurance is a type of insurance that helps people that are unable to work for an extended period of time by replacing a portion of their income. People who have long-term disability insurance either purchase it themselves and pay a monthly premium or receive it as a benefit from working for a particular […] Read More

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An Attorney Can Help Resolve your Health Insurance Claims Dispute

Posted in Life Insurance, Social Security Disability on Tuesday, Mar 01st, 2016

The costs of medical care and treatment have skyrocketed in recent years. A serious injury or an unexpected illness can easily result in medical expenses that rise well into the hundreds of thousands of dollars. For this reason, the vast majority of Americans carry some form of health insurance, whether as a public benefit, a […] Read More

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Social Security and Mental Illness

Posted in Social Security Disability on Tuesday, Feb 23rd, 2016

Applying for Social Security can be a challenging, drawn-out process. Many people think they have an idea of how Social Security works and the types of illnesses and disorders allow people to collect Social Security but could overlook certain challenges that come with obtaining this coverage. While some disabilities are readily apparent to most, such […] Read More

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