How Do I Apply for Social Security Disability Benefits?

By |2015-08-14T16:39:01-05:00August 14th, 2015|Social Security Disability|

There can be several steps in the Social Security disability process, depending on whether your application is initially accepted or denied.  The first step is the initial application process, and you can apply in person by meeting with a counselor, online at the Social Security website, or by scheduling an  appointment at 1-800-772-1213 to provide [...]

How Does Social Security Determine Whether or Not You Qualify for Disability Benefits?

By |2015-07-30T16:55:53-05:00July 30th, 2015|Social Security Disability|

Perhaps you have applied for Social Security Disability benefits, and you may even have a hearing in front of a judge. There are several factors that will be considered to see if you qualify for benefits. First, the judge will look at whether or not you are doing work that can be considered substantial gainful [...]

How the Social Security Administration Determines Disability

By |2015-05-16T18:33:30-05:00May 16th, 2015|Social Security Disability|

There are some specific qualifications that a person must meet in order to qualify for disability benefits. They must be under normal retirement age, have insured status for disability, have a disability within the 12 months before filing the application, file for the benefits and go through the waiting period. However, it probably wouldn’t surprise [...]

Children Are To Be Seen and Not Heard?

By |2014-08-30T07:30:20-05:00August 30th, 2014|Disability Pension Appeal, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, General, Motor Vehicle Accidents, On My Way To Court, Personal Injury & Wrongful Death, Social Security Disability, Workers' Compensation|

Children are to be seen and not heard!  How many times have I heard that phrase?  It was the environment in which I grew up.  To me, what is the point of having children if they’re not to be heard and only to be seen? Have you ever sat and had conversation with an 8 [...]

Classic Cafe is More Than Just a Restaurant

By |2014-08-30T07:19:12-05:00August 30th, 2014|Disability Pension Appeal, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, General, Motor Vehicle Accidents, On My Way To Court, Personal Injury & Wrongful Death, Social Security Disability, Workers' Compensation|

This past weekend I had the chance to visit with my mother and now deceased aunt in Rhode Island. Amy, the kids, and myself found ourselves having breakfast at the Classic Café and talk about a name being perfect for a restaurant. What makes a café classic? We walked in and were greeted by vintage [...]

Social Security Administration Emphasizes Benefits For Veterans and Family Members

By |2014-04-26T09:52:23-05:00April 26th, 2014|Social Security Disability|

With Memorial Day coming up, the Social Security Administration is again emphasizing a number of programs and benefits that help both veterans and families of fallen or wounded soldiers.  The SSA is promoting various resources for members of the armed services and their loved ones. Among the tools being promoted is a dedicated website for [...]

Distribution of Faulty Gas Springs New Jersey AG Into Action

By |2014-04-18T10:11:09-05:00April 18th, 2014|Disability Pension Appeal, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, General, Motor Vehicle Accidents, On My Way To Court, Personal Injury & Wrongful Death, Social Security Disability, Workers' Compensation|

On December 4, 2012, Zephyr Oil--a Brooklyn-based gasoline distributor--purchased over 70,000 gallons of gas. Except, incredibly unusually, this was not ordinary gasoline. It was avgas, or a kind of aviation fuel.  In contrast with regular gasoline, which is obviously acceptable for use in regular automobiles, avgas contains a substance called "tetraethyl lead." The chemical is [...]

Injured Workers Seek Alternative Means To Pay Bills

By |2014-04-11T10:21:22-05:00April 11th, 2014|Disability Pension Appeal, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, General, Motor Vehicle Accidents, On My Way To Court, Personal Injury & Wrongful Death, Social Security Disability, Workers' Compensation|

Between 2003 and 2006, there were approximately 458 million hospital emergency room visits by U.S. patients. And a recent study by the Health Services Research Journal, in conjunction with the CDC's National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, has brought to light a startling statistic. According to the study, about 125 million workers in the [...]

Gas Explosions Cause Damages Which Must Be Handled Immediately

By |2014-03-05T10:42:39-05:00March 5th, 2014|Disability Pension Appeal, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, General, Motor Vehicle Accidents, On My Way To Court, Personal Injury & Wrongful Death, Social Security Disability, Workers' Compensation|

[bs_row class="row"] [bs_col class="col-sm-2"][/bs_col][bs_col class="col-sm-8"] [/bs_col][bs_col class="col-sm-2"][/bs_col] [/bs_row] An explosion yesterday in Ewing, NJ caused damage to at least 55 units on Scenic Drive.  I could feel the blast from my office right across the street and could see the massive smoke rising above the trees.  It occurred only a few blocks from [...]

Understaffing Leads to Work Injuries in Medical Nursing Profession

By |2014-01-30T15:57:02-05:00January 30th, 2014|Disability Pension Appeal, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, General, Motor Vehicle Accidents, On My Way To Court, Personal Injury & Wrongful Death, Social Security Disability, Workers' Compensation|

Being a nurse is the type of job that requires a certain personality.  It requires someone to be caring and have sense of wanting to help others and yet at the same time a personality that requires giving a good kick in the (you know what) at times to help a patient heal.  It is [...]

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