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.
Employee Retirement Income Security Act | ERISA Long Term Disability
Very brief introduction into the Employee Retirement Income Security Act, or ERISA, and the Act’s application to short term and long term disability claims.
Special Senses and Speech Conditions and Disability
Special Senses and Speech disability conditions under the Listing of Impairments include vision problems, Meniere’s disease, & speech and hearing problems.
Compassionate Allowances in Social Security Disability and SSI Claims
Social Security’s Compassionate Allowances is a program to ID medical conditions so serious that the conditions obviously meet disability standards.
Special Needs Trusts and SSI
Special Needs Trusts and SSI: SNTs generally do not count as income, resources or property to qualify for Supplemental Security Income disability benefits.
Endocrine System and Disability
Endocrine System Disabilities include various thyroid and adrenal disorders, and diabetes.
Meralgia Paresthetica and Disability
Meralgia Paresthetica and Disability: if the MP symptoms fare so severe as to prevent you from performing full time work, you may be eligible for benefits.
Congestive Heart Failure | CHF and Disability
Congestive Heart Failure is a cardiac condition that can be so limiting as to make the patient unable to work, making him or her eligible for disability.
Crohn’s Disease and Disability
Crohn’s Disease and Disability: Crohn’s is a type of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), and may qualify for disability if you are unable to work full time.
High Blood Pressure and Disability Benefits | HBP and LTD, SSDI & SSI
High Blood Pressure and Disability Benefits: uncontrolled HBP can cause severe headaches, anxiety, shortness of breath and more, and limit work activity.
Connective Tissue Disorder and Disability
Connective Tissue Disorder and Disability: undifferentiated or mixed connective tissue disease may qualify for disability if you are unable to work