Monday, December 2, 2013
SSD FAQ: Is it easier to get approved for Disability after age 50? Answer: Generally yes, depending on your specific situation. The SSA's "ability to work" rules are more relaxed for applicants who are 50 and older. As a result, a 50-year-old may be approved even though he or she is able to do some kind of work whereas a 49-year-old with the same qualifications may be denied. There is no cost or obligation to receive a free evaluation to discuss your specific case and potential eligibility for benefits.
Tuesday, November 19, 2013
As the year begins to draw to close, insurance companies begin to think about getting older cases off their books. This can be used to your advantage if you know how to accurately price a case for settlement. We have 27 years of experiencing in resolving all manner of worker's compensation claims. If you have an older claim, or you once had a claim in Connecticut but have since moved away, call us. We may be able to help you find value in your case. And wouldn't
Friday, May 3, 2013
In a few certain, specific situations, an injured worker in Connecticut can still be awarded a monetary allowance for scarring or disfigurement. Notably, a scar on the face still qualifies for compensation. The value of the scarring award is at the discretion of the Commissioner and HAS to be assessed in the time between year one and two, after the initial injury. If you require further clarification or think you need help claiming a scarring award, please feel free to contact our office for a free consultation.