Monthly Archives: April 2014

What does the SSA Mean When it Says Ineffective Ambulation?

     In claims for Social Security Disability or SSI, the ability to carry out certain basic functions of day-to-day life has a great impact on the success of the claim.  For instance, I received discussed the requirements for qualifying for SSD or … Continue reading

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Tony Farmer Works to Get Escape Clause Back in Workers Compensation Bill

     The administration bill dealing with workers compensation (HB1440/SB1645) was amended and passed last night to add an escape clause back into the bill.   This is due to the negotiations and hard work of Bruce Fox, Rocky McElhaney, Tony Farmer, … Continue reading

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John Dreiser to Present on Advanced Workers’ Compensation Issues

     On July 22, 2014, in Knoxville, Tennessee, John Dreiser will be present on the topic of Advanced Workers’ Compensation for National Business Institute (NBI).  This six hour seminar (CLE 6.0 includes 1.0 hour of ethics) has the following agenda: … Continue reading

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Should You File a Claim For EEOICPA Compensation?

     You should file a claim for EEOICPA compensation if you or a loved one worked at a DOE site, and: Have been diagnosed with Cancer; and/or Have been diagnosed with Beryllium Disease; and/or Have been diagnosed with any medical condition which … Continue reading

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Social Security Disability or SSI Benefits Awarded Due to Amputations

     A person may qualify for Social Security Disability or SSI benefits if he has suffered an amputation or amputations. The Social Security Administration (SSA) follows a step-by-step evaluation to determine if someone is medically qualified for disability benefits. At the third … Continue reading

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