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What’s The Difference Between SSDI and SSI?

Many people who are in the process of applying for disability benefits through the Social Security Administration (SSA) are confused as to whether they may be eligible for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability (SSDI) or both. While both measure disability the same way, there are many differences between these two types of

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How to Protect Yourself From an Injury Before It Happens

As attorneys representing injured workers, we do our best to assess and meet the employee’s treatment needs, measure disability, and obtain proper compensation.  However, the best protection for an employee is prevention.  Avoiding a workplace injury or setting the stage for when an injury occurs is key to successfully avoiding and managing injury. Safety, Safety,

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The Disability System’s Response to The COVID-19 Pandemic

We are all living in unprecedented times.  That is no different in the legal world.  That said, the benefits of technology have allowed some things to continue with some modifications in procedures while other things have been changed completely.  We have attempted to centralize the various changes to inform our clients and the community at

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I am on Social Security.  Can I still get Workers’ Compensation?

When an employee suffers a significant injury or disability, there may be many benefits that they are entitled to.  The two most common longer term benefits include Workers’ Compensation and Social Security Disability benefits.  Workers’ Compensation is a State run program paid to employees through their employer’s insurance coverage.  Social Security Disability is paid to