Disability And Injury Article Collection
When you suffer an injury that keeps you from work or you are hurt in an accident due to someone else’s negligence, you have rights to compensation. Learn more about those rights and how to protect them with help from this informative collection of articles by our experienced disability and injury attorneys.
Long-Term Disability for a Herniated Disc
A herniated disc and disability often go hand in hand. In fact, a herniated disc is perhaps the number-one disabling condition. Learn the facts here.
Collecting Long-Term Disability Benefits for Spinal Stenosis
Spinal stenosis and its accompanying pain can cause long-term disability. Contact the Ortiz Law Firm about disability benefits for spinal stenosis.
Dealing With Matrix Absence Management
Has Matrix Absence Management cut off or denied your long-term disability claim? Attorney Nick Ortiz has a great record of getting benefits restored.
Dealing With Disability Reinsurance Management Services
If Disability Reinsurance Management Services has denied or terminated your long-term disability claim, you have the right to appeal. Learn more here.
Social Security Administration SSDI and SSI Disability Benefits
The Social Security Administration administers the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) programs of disability
Social Security Disability Appeal After Denial Letter
Social Security disability appeal attorney. We have appeal forms if you’ve been denied after an initial claim or application, reconsideration, or hearing.
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Overview
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Overview: Social Security pays monthly benefits to disabled children and adults with limited income and resources.
How to File a Social Security Disability Request for Reconsideration
This page explains the Request for Reconsideration process in Social Security Disability benefit claims. Includes requirements & discussion of time limits.
Traumatic Brain Injury and Disability
Traumatic Brain Injury and Disability: TBI can impair consciousness, movement, balance, sensation and cognition, and may qualify for LTD or SSDI benefits.
Alleged Onset Date
The Alleged Onset Date (AOD) is the date the claimant alleges his or her disability became so severe as to prevent the claimant from doing full time work.