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What Is a Dire Needs Letter?

Posted on: June 30, 2019

A dire needs letter can help speed up the Social Security disability process. For many people, the wait for a decision on an application for Social Security disability benefits is excruciating. Facing health issues and an inability to work, the bills may mount up — making it impossible to pay for basic life necessities. In […] read more →

What Is Sedentary Work?

Posted on: June 28, 2019

To qualify for disability benefits, you must not be able to do sedentary work. The process of applying for Social Security disability benefits can be confusing. There are complex regulations to follow, and each applicant must submit evidence to the Social Security Administration (SSA) to support their claim. Understanding how it all works, including the […] read more →

What Is a Continuing Disability Review?

Posted on: June 24, 2019

This review happens periodically to determine ongoing eligibility for benefits Being approved for Social Security disability benefits can be a difficult process. Filling out the paperwork, complying with the documentation requests, and going to a hearing (if necessary) can be both demanding and time-consuming. Yet even after you have been approved for benefits, you are […] read more →

Can an Employer Ask about My Mental Health?

Posted on: June 18, 2019

Companies generally cannot question you about your mental health. Everyone has bad days, weeks, or even months. Yet for some people, these days are more than just a bad mood; they are symptoms of a mental illness, such a depression, bipolar disorder, or anxiety. If you suffer from mental health issues, it may impact much […] read more →

Can You Refuse to Sign an Arbitration Agreement?

Posted on: June 12, 2019

There are three possible outcomes of refusing to sign an arbitration agreement. In 2018, the Supreme Court issued a controversial decision that strongly favored employers over employees. That decision found that requiring employees to agree to arbitration agreements that included waivers of their right to participate in class action lawsuits, was not a violation of […] read more →

Can You Get Workers’ Compensation Benefits for Remote Work?

Posted on: June 6, 2019

If your injury or illness arose out of your employment, you may be entitled to benefits. In 2019, it is easier than ever before to work remotely. Technology has allowed employees across California to work from home, at a local coffee shop, or even while out of the country. Although working remotely isn’t a possibility […] read more →

You Do Have Options if You Do Not Like a Court Decision: Learn About the Appeals Process

Posted on: May 24, 2019

The fact of the matter is simple: The courts are not infallible. It may be that the courts have decided against you and you know that the ruling was incorrect. In that case, it is best to contact an appellate specialist who can review your case. At we are uniquely experienced to help you through […] read more →

We Believe in Holding Abusers Accountable for Committing Elder Abuse

Posted on: May 20, 2019

Is there any worse crime than abusing a person who is helpless to fight back? As sad as it is, the National Center on Elder Abuse finds that only 1 out of every 14 cases of elder abuse are ever brought to the police. We believe this is a travesty and we are here to […] read more →

The Three Steps You Must Take if You Have Been the Victim of Religious Harassment

Posted on: May 17, 2019

One of the founding principles of the United States was our right to practice or not practice religion in the way we choose. Current law guarantees people the right to practice their religion and criminalizes harassing someone due to their religious, moral, or ethical beliefs. Learn more by finishing this blog or call at for […] read more →

Have You Been Wrongfully Terminated? Learn What Your Rights Are

Posted on: May 13, 2019

It is never easy to lose a job, but when you have been wrongfully terminated it is even harder to deal with. While we cannot take away the emotional turmoil of having been fired, at we may be able to help you get legal justice and compensation for your losses. Keep reading to learn more […] read more →

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