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What Happens At The Social Security Disability Hearing?

The social security disability hearing is where everything flips in your favor.  Through the application process and the request for reconsideration, statistics indicate that you will likely be denied.  However, at the hearing level, statistics show a much better chance of winning an approval of benefits. At this stage, you get to talk to a […]

Can I Work And Still Get Social Security Disability?

So many people have physical or mental conditions that severely limit their ability to work.  They work a little, just to get by, but they can’t do what they used to do.  They can’t work for the hours they used to work.  They might even be getting disability already, but they want to do a […]

How To File A Texas Workers’ Comp Claim

When you have a work-related injury in Texas, you have to file notice of your injury with the Division of Workers’ Compensation within one year from the date of your injury. There is a form to fill out – it’s called a DWC-41. It asks for your contact info and a description of how you […]

Letter of Causation: When Do You Need It And What Goes In It?

In a Texas workers’ compensation case, many injuries require expert medical evidence to prove that they are work-related. This is often true in extent of injury disputes headed to a BRC or a CCH. In this video, we discuss what types of injuries require this level of evidence, and what information needs to be in […]

How To Deal With A Nurse Case Manager

Adjusters like to assign nurse case managers on workers’ compensation claims.  Insurance companies will tell you that a nurse case manager is assigned to your case to help you get the treatment you need faster.  There are one or two out there that might do that, but almost all of them work against you, not […]

How To Appeal A Social Security Disability Denial in Texas

Once you file your application for social security disability benefits, it usually takes 30 to 90 days to get a decision.  Most people get denied benefits at this level, even with very significant disabilities. Request For Reconsideration Once the denial comes in the mail, you only have 60 days to take action and file an […]

How Do I Apply For Social Security Disability Benefits?

The two most common ways to apply for social security disability are by using the online application at ssa.gov, or by calling in to the social security administration and making an appointment to speak with a representative to file an application over the phone.  It is generally thought that filing through the online process is […]

The Six Requirements Necessary To Qualify For Social Security Disability

You may be wondering if you could get social security disability.  If that guy you know down the street is getting it, surely you would qualify, right?  That guy doesn’t seem helpless to you, does he?  And you have real issues! There are a few requirements that you must meet to get social security disability.  […]

Texas Workers’ Compensation Benefits And Travel

Workers’ Comp Injuries On Business Trips In Texas, if your employer has workers’ compensation insurance, then you are generally covered for all injuries that occur while you are traveling on behalf of your employer.  If your job requires you to go out of town, you will likely be covered if you are injured during that […]

What is a “Causation Letter”?

A lack of causation evidence is the single biggest reason injured workers lose cases in Contested Case Hearings.  Causation is a fancy legal word that covers everything related to proving that your injuries were caused by your work accident.  Insurance companies will often accept liability for something simple, like a sprain or strain, but not […]


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