Apology for not sending this until now,but sending this is important. Thank you for everything. I know I was one of the more (challenging) cases! So many people helped me. However, without you, your counseling, advise, patience and guidance reaching this point would not have been possible. Thank you.
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Imagine being unable to work for at least one year due to a serious medical condition that may be life threatening, and having to wait for over two years before you receive your first Social Security Disability (SSD) payment. That was the case in 2008. It took some disability applicants more than 24 months to receive their first payment. That’s a long time to wait for financial assistance to meet basic human needs. Fortunately, the Economic Recovery Bill passed by Congress has allocated $500 million to help the Social Security Administration process the rowing number of SSD claims and reduce the backlog of outstanding claims. If you or a loved one has an SSD claim and are still caught in that backlog or your claim has been denied, now is the time to call one of our experienced attorneys. They know what circumstances can needlessly delay a claim, and are familiar with the medical and personal information needed to get the attention of Social Security Administration officials.
We Can Help You Navigate Social Security Disability
Our attorneys work with doctors to ensure your medical condition is accurately recorded and your chart is worded correctly. And they will have a compelling legal brief correctly filed before they attend the first SSD hearing with you.
Having a knowledgeable attorney on your side is invaluable since Social Security rules, regulations and laws can be
very complex and confusing and involve a working knowledge of the United States Code, the Code of Federal Regulations, Social Security Rulings, the Dictionary of Occupational Titles and federal case law. That is why we urge you to call our firm with your SSD case or with questions. We will handle your case on a contingency basis, which
means if we accept your case and do not win, you are not required to pay a fee. We know the SSD system backwards and forwards, and we always work diligently to help our clients win the benefits they are entitled to receive.
The Bureau of Workers Compensation appears to be using social media as a tool to investigate fraud. On its website the BWC invites injured workers to “like” them on Facebook and Twitter. This allows the BWC access to all the personal and social activities individuals post on their Facebook or Twitter accounts. The more information the BWC
gathers the easier it is for them to misconstrue this data and open an investigation about an individual’s claim. This aggressive practice is not limited to the BWC – employers and their representatives are also using social media to investigate injured workers’ claims. Don’t make yourself a target.
While your workers’ compensation claims is pending with the BWC, we strongly recommend you implement stringent privacy settings on your Facebook or Twitter accounts or complete removal from all social media sites. With “friends” like these – who needs enemies?