Monthly Archives May 2016

Three Key Things to Know about Social Security Disability

If you are disabled and unable to work, you may be eligible to receive social security disability benefits. The application process and qualification requirements is complicated, but the benefits are designed to be there as a safety net for qualified people who need them. If you are considering applying for social security disability, or if you have already applied but were denied coverage, here are three important things to know: 1. Definition of “disability”. While a disability income insurance policy provided by your employer or purchased through your insurance agent may offer coverage for short-term disabilities or partial disabilities, the
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Categories: Articles.

Great Lawyer

“Steven was professional, understanding and responsive. I had never needed an attorney before and was worried about finding a good one. Steven was great! I would recommend him to family and friends without hesitation.” by Mark
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Categories: Client Reviews.

Postal Worker falls down stairs: $175,000 settlement

A letter carrier slipped and fell on a homeowner’s outside wooden steps when the handrail moved away from him as he grabbed for it. The defective handrail had been repaired before our office got involved in the case but we were able show that the defective handrail existed at the time of the fall, thus proving fault of the homeowner. Our client injured both knees and had knee surgery as well as treatment for an injured shoulder. The claim against the homeowner was settled by their insurer during Mediation shortly before trial for $175,000.00. The letter carrier continues to get
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Categories: Cases & Verdicts and Injury.

Broken Toes As Pedestrian: $180,000.00 settlement

Our client was a 53 year old undocumented worker who overstayed her travel visa to the United States. She worked for cash as a house cleaner and had no Social Security Number. While walking through a local supermarket parking lot, our client’s right foot was run over by an auto whose driver was attempting to park her car. Injuries included fractures to three toes which required surgery to repair. Although our client was living in the United States illegally, she was entitled to bring a claim against the driver of the auto that struck her. We did so and the
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Categories: Cases & Verdicts and Injury.