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Blog Posts in December, 2017

  • Workers' Compensation Cases for Career-Ending Injuries

    On the job injuries can vary in seriousness. While most injuries are minor and require just minor medical treatment in order for the victim to make a full recovery, a small percentage can be so catastrophic and impactful they can lead to someone losing their ability to be gainfully employed. Career-ending injuries can seem like an overwhelming burden, especially for someone with a family they were ...
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  • Should I File a Workers' Comp or Personal Injury Case?

    If you have been injured in a work-related incident, you may be wondering whether it’s a good idea to file a workers’ compensation claim or a personal injury case. The answer isn’t always as straightforward as it seems, as some situations could support filing for either one as opposed to one or the other. On this blog, we’ll take a look at when to file for each of these different types of injury ...
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  • Do I Have Any Options if My Workers' Comp Claim Was Denied?

    If you have been injured while on the job, you are covered by an employer’s workers’ compensation insurance. However, workers’ comp claims may be denied for various reasons. If your worker’s compensation claim is denied, you will receive a letter which states the reasons your claim was denied. Common reasons for denial of workers’ comp benefits include, but are not limited to, the following: Claim ...
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  • How the SSD Appeals Process Works

    The Social Security Administration receives a large number of applications every year, and as such they need to be diligent about which ones they accept and which ones they can deny. This system is far from perfect, and as such a legitimate claim may be denied thanks to a mistake or miscalculation, resulting in a denial of benefits that you may have significant need for. However, just because your ...
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