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Planning one last summer road trip? That's great! And driving safely goes a long way to protecting yourself and your family. But you can't control the other drivers and sometimes accidents happen. Here's a checklist for when the road goes wrong.Read More
The history of Social Security Disability and how medical advances have effected the way Americans receive benefits.Read More
With excellent backgrounds in the legal field, Sharon and Brenda are exciting additions to our team. We don't want to brag, but with these two, we might just have to.Read More
Visiting your local Social Security office can be confusing, frustrating and downright boring. But following these tips from our disability case manager, Isis, will ensure your visit will go smoothly and as quickly as possible!Read More
After a devastating injury on the job, Shirley tells her story of what is was like before she met Mr. Taylor and filed her workers' compensation claim.
“I was in the back and I lifted a case of mouthwash. I was putting them over onto a flat cart to take them out and stock the shelf and when I did, I did something, and I couldn’t even move after that...
Knowing whether you’re classified as an employee or an independent contractor helps define what kind of benefits your company owes you. Unlike employees, independent contractors pay their own taxes, own insurance and medical plans and they’re not eligible for overtime. Because of this, many industries – especially construction and agriculture– use the independent contractor relationship to save money.Read More
You might be thinking, “I’m being honest about my injuries and my doctor thinks I’m disabled, isn’t that all the proof Social Security needs?”Read More
Filing a workers’ compensation claim in Arizona starts with reporting an injury to your company, through a supervisor, or if none is available, a co-worker. Do this either in person, or if necessary over the phone, shortly after the accident. You should make a record of the date and time and name of the person you talked to, for future reference if necessary.Read More