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Can you File For Workers’ Compensation and Social Security Benefits Simultaneously?

May 25th, 2016

Injuring yourself in the workplace is an unfortunate possibility for all of us, especially if your job is physically demanding. Sometimes we hurt ourselves so badly that the continuation of our work lives is impossible. If you or a loved… Read More

Increase in Maryland Auto Accident Deaths a Scary Trend

April 29th, 2016

In 2015, Maryland experienced approximately 520 auto accident deaths. This is an increase of over 17 percent from the previous year. It is a trend occurring all over the US, and Deborah A.P. Hermans of the National Safety Council warns… Read More

I Need Vocational Rehabilitation. What Are My Options?

April 20th, 2016

Sometimes, injuries resulting from work make it impossible for a worker’s compensation recipient to return to the job. Vocational rehabilitation exists as a worker’s compensation benefit to help disabled or injured recipients find a new place in the workforce. This… Read More

Time is Running Out for These Social Security Loopholes

April 13th, 2016

If you are, or soon will be, a Social Security benefits recipient and haven’t taken advantage of these loopholes (if eligible), it’s time to get on it. April 29th is the last day to use the “file and suspend” loophole,… Read More

Permanently Disabled with Student Loans? Help is On the Way.

April 6th, 2016

Permanently disabled citizens in the US receiving Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits are often found to be in default of their student loans. But with the inability to work, how can the permanently disabled expect to be able to pay… Read More

Distracted Driving Awareness Month Informs Drivers of Dangers

March 30th, 2016

April is officially “Distracted Driving Awareness Month”, thanks to the National Safety Council. Accidents and fatalities as a result of distracted driving are increasing each year as drivers have access to more and more distracting technology and behaviors. According to… Read More

Do I Have to See a Doctor After a Car Accident?

March 22nd, 2016

If you are involved in a car accident, and receive injuries as a result of this accident, you may be wondering what you should do in regards to receiving treatment for those injuries. The short answer is: yes, it’s important… Read More

Worker Protection with Social Security Disability

March 14th, 2016

Social security disability is one of the longest-standing and most beneficial programs to American workers. This program protects workers who suffer from a permanent disability or from an illness that prevents sustainable work. Below is a brief description of what… Read More

How Worker’s Compensation Works for Volunteers

March 7th, 2016

If you are representing an employer as a volunteer and are injured on the job, that employer may try to deny worker’s compensation benefits. This specific case can become tricky, and is very dependent on the specific situation. How, where,… Read More

How to Handle Auto Accidents on Private Property

February 24th, 2016

In the unfortunate circumstance that you might be involved in an accident on the road, we’ve provided information on what to do next. Drivers will exchange information, report the accident to the police and your insurance company, and take pictures… Read More