Recent Cases

Social Security Disability

Payment of past-due Social Security disability benefits exceeding $80,000, with ongoing benefits as well, due to a foot injury with surgical complications. (Fully Favorable Findings and Order dated December 23, 2014)

Social Security Disability

Payment of past-due Social Security disability benefits exceeding $40,000, with ongoing benefits as well, due to multiple, non-surgical spinal and other injuries. (Fully Favorable Findings and Order dated May 23, 2014)

Workers Compensation

An Award of Retraining Benefits with a value exceeding $100,000, allowing the employee to attend school and obtain a degree that will qualify the employee in a new career path, thereby restoring earning capacity that was reduced due to a shoulder injury. (Decision dated September 19, 2011)

Workers Compensation

Settlement of a Workers Compensation claim, with a cash lump-sum payment of over $100,000, following extensive litigation and a highly controversial relationship between the alleged work injury and long-standing back problems. Decision dated March 15, 2012

Workers Compensation

Approval of spinal fusion surgery following a disputed work injury, with benefits exceeding $100,000 paid as a result of the decision. (Decision dated November 19, 2014)

Social Security Disability

We applied on behalf of a claimant in April 2014; by October 2014, the claimant had been found disabled and had received over $20,000 in past-due benefits.(Award dated October 27, 2014)

Social Security Disability

We appealed from a denial at hearing, appealed again, from a denial at the Appeals Council, and appealed yet again to the United States District Court,. The District Court remanded the matter for rehearing. At rehearing, the administrative law judge awarded benefits as claimed. (Fully Favorable Findings and Order dated January 22, 2016)

Social Security Disability

We attended a hearing, and the Administrative Law Judge denied the claim. We appealed to the Appeals Council, where the case was considered and remanded (returned) for another hearing and further consideration. At the second hearing, our client prevailed, resulting in an award of past-due benefits exceeding $70,000. (Fully Favorable Findings and Order dated July 17, 2012)

Workers Compensation

A fully favorable Findings and Order awarding wage loss benefits to an injured worker who was already receiving retirement benefits when injured. The insurer had denied any benefits were due. (Decision dated January 14, 2016)