Dangers of Non-Attorney Reps in Social Security Disability

Social Security Disability and SSI claimants should always be wary of incompetent representation. As discussed before, my belief is that part of ensuring competent representation is to hire a licensed attorney experienced in practicing before the Social Security Administration. A recent law review journal written by Drew Swank Non-Attorney Social Security Disability Representative and the

Tennessee court OKs workers’ comp for man with PTSD

Workers all across America take comfort knowing that they will be covered by workers’ compensation in the event of a work-related injury. When the system works as intended, workers’ compensation gives injured workers the financial means to cover their expenses and focus on recovery. When benefits are denied, however, the injured worker often finds his

Southern Tennessee-area car accidents: 4 deaths in 3 days

Some roadways and intersections seem to be more dangerous than others. Whether it’s the way they’re engineered, a lack of visibility or simply the drivers who frequent them, accidents happen and often lead to injury or death for local drivers. There were at least four deaths from car accidents in or close to the southern

Truck accident leaves one person dead and others injured

Accidents occur frequently on Tennessee roads. Those accidents typically require extensive clean up which may lead to road closures or significant slowdowns. Two semis recently crashed along the Tennessee border. The cleanup efforts by local authorities resulted in a traffic slowdown. This slowdown caused a second truck accident that involved five different vehicles, caused several

EEOICPA Claims for Exposed Workers at Savannah River Site (SRS)

Sick workers from SRS may qualify for EEOICPA and workers’ compensation benefits. From 1950 until the late 1980s, the Savannah River Site (SRS) conducted multiple operations that played a vital role in the U.S. nuclear weapons complex. Of greatest importance were the production of plutonium and tritium. Many facilities were built at SRS to support

Childhood SSI for Genetic Disorders or Catastrophic Abnormalities

Children suffering from serious genetic disorders (Down syndrome, Trisomy 13 (Patau Syndrome or Trisomy D), Trisomy 18 (Edwards’ Syndrome or Trisomy E), chromosomal deletion syndromes, Tay-Sachs, cri du chat syndrome) can qualify for Childhood SSI benefits. The disability benefits would be awarded if the claimant or her representative can show: A catastrophic, congenital abnormality established




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