“Trying to get Disability is like going out to dinner with a nosy person who asks rude questions. It gives me the creeps!” My client called after receiving a package from the Social Security Administration (SSA) questioning her daily activities, … Read More
This may, or may not come as a shock to the adjuster but the answer is “absolutely not.” While she may think that enough has been done it is up to the treating doctor to say that you don’t need … Read More
When we speak with new clients my office goes through a list of questions that, at first glance, seem unrelated to a disability claim. Have you received unemployment? What is your education level? What do you do on a typical … Read More
Unfortunately, the answer to this is yes. We have pretty credible evidence of investigators following spouses of injured workers. In at least some of these instances it’s been done in a way that scared the heck out of the client’s … Read More
Slip and fall claims related to winter weather are typically tough to win.
The law states that a property owner is not the “guarantor” of a customer’s safety. Rather, the landlord has the duty to keep the premises reasonably safe … Read More