Sometimes, you can get an extension from the Social Security Administration on the deadline to submit an appeal of the denial of Social Security benefits. To do this, you must show Social Security that there was good cause for missing the deadline. Your Ocala disability lawyer can help you with this Read more →
The Social Security Administration’s initial determination of whether you qualify for Social Security disability benefits is not the final word on the subject. In fact, there are four distinct levels where Social Security can evaluate your claim:
(1) The initial determination
(2) Reconsideration determination
(3) A Read more →
If you have a medical condition that keeps you from working but you have been denied Social Security disability benefits, you should appeal this denial. Statistics show that although most applications for disability benefits are denied, those claimants who appeal their denial through the hearing stage Read more →
The record number of social security disability claim has reulted in a huge backlog and delay in approval of disability claim. You cannot afford to loose your LTD insurance claim. We can help you. Read more →
CJ HENRY LAW FIRM, PLLC WINS APPEAL AGAINST UNUM FOR CT TECHNOLOGIST WITH FIBROMYALGIA AND CHRONIC PAIN. Read more →
If you need an experienced ERISA disability attorney in the Ocala, Florida area, C J Henry Law Firm, PLLC can help. We specialize in obtaining disability benefits for people throughout Ocala and the entire state of Florida. Whether you're making an initial application, appealing a denial, or filing Read more →
A Claimant is entitled to 104 weeks of TTD for each seperate, distinct disability resulting from a seperte distinct accident. Auman v. Leverock’s Seafood House, 15 FLWCLB 226 (Fla. 1st DCA 2008).
Six-month limitation on payment of temporary benefits for psychiatric disability is not applicable except when Impairment Benefits are actually being paid. W.G. Roe & Sons v. Razo-Guevara, 34 FLW D46 (Fla. 1st DCA 12-31-09).
Recently, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed into law a bill that prohibits health insurers from giving bonuses to employees for canceling or limiting a patient’s coverage. Apparently this law was in response to reports that insurers had rewarded employees who canceled coverage retroactively Read more →