If You Don’t Understand How Workers’ Compensation and Social Security Disability Benefits Interact, You May Hate Yourself Later

If you have been injured on the job, you are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits, you also might be entitled to Social Security Disability benefits if you have an injury that will take you out of work for at least one year

Many workers’ compensation laws require you to apply for Social Security Disability benefits and then allow the carrier to reduce you money benefits by the receipt of the Social Security Disability benefits.

Additionally, if you are entitled to Medicare, and settle your workers’ compensation case, you will have to take Medicare’s interest into consideration in a Medicare set-aside account. Make sure that you are represented by a workers’ compensation attorney who also understands Social Security Disability benefits. At Cavey and Barrett, your experienced workers’ compensation and Social Security Disability attorneys can help you understand your rights to workers’ compensation benefits and Social Security Disability benefits and the interaction between both benefits.

If you would like more information about your rights regarding Social Security Disability Benefits, you can order our FREE book,"Your Rights to Social Security Disability Benefits" by submitting the form in the sidebar. We will send it out immediately along with other important information.

For more information about Social Security Disability Benefits, visit our law firm web site at CaveyLaw.com. If you would like to speak with one of our Social Security Disability Benefits attorneys about your case, feel free to call us anytime at (727) 897-9117 or simply submit our contact form and we will get back to you quickly.

The Dirty Secrets About Appealing a Denial of Social Security Disability Benefits

Unfortunately, the Tampa Bay Social Security Disability attorneys Cavey and Barrett, know that many applicants who apply for Social Security Disability benefits will be denied benefits at the initial application stage.Social Security Disability Appeals

One dirty little secret is that you have the right to appeal that decision by filing what’s called a Request for Reconsideration.

At Cavey and Barrett, we assist you in completing the Request for Reconsideration on a timely basis and help gather the necessary medical records help the Social Security Administration know the determination is to entitlement of benefits. Unfortunately, the second dirty little secret is that most people are also denied at the Request for Reconsideration stage. Why? Because the same folks that deny you your benefits at the initial stage are the same people who deny you at the request for reconsideration stage.

The last dirty little secret you to know is that the second level of appeal is called a Request for Hearing in front of an Administrative Law Judge. At Cavey and Barrett, we gather the medical and vocational evidence to help you meet your burden of proof so that you receive the Social Security Disability benefits that you are entitled to as a result of your medical condition.

The biggest and badest dirty secret about the Social Security process is that if you give up, you won’t get your benefits. It’s only through your persistence and the assistance of the law firm of Cavey and Barrett that you will get the Social Security Disability benefits you deserve. Give us a call today to schedule your FREE no obligation assessment.

If you would like more information about your rights regarding Social Security Disability Benefits, you can order our FREE book,"Your Rights to Social Security Disability Benefits" by submitting the form in the sidebar. We will send it out immediately along with other important information.

For more information about Social Security Disability Benefits, visit our law firm web site at CaveyLaw.com. If you would like to speak with one of our Social Security Disability Benefits attorneys about your case, feel free to call us anytime at (727) 897-9117 or simply submit our contact form and we will get back to you quickly.

The Blueprint for Getting Your Social Security Disability Benefits for Retinitis Pigmentosa

If you suffer from Retinitis Pigmentosa you may be entitled to Social Security Disability benefits. Many eye disorders, including Retinitis Pigmentosa, are inherited diseases which, unfortunately gets worse over the years.

The signs and symptoms include:

  1. Clumping of the retina
  2. Loss of sense of body movement of your eye
  3. Inflammation of your retina
  4. Shrinkage of your retina
  5. Dislodging of the blood vessels of your retina

 

Retinitis Pigmentosa

Unfortunately, as the disease progresses, the changes in your retina will cause difficulty seeing at night, and even loss of peripheral vision.

If anyone in your family suffers from Retinitis Pigmentosa and is no longer able to work, they may be entitled to Social Security Disability benefits. At Cavey and Barrett, we can assist you with your Social Security Disability claim to help you receive the Social Security Disability benefits that you deserve. To discuss your Retinitis Pigmentosa or any other eye disorder, call us at 727-894-3188 today.

If you would like more information about your rights regarding Social Security Disability Benefits, you can order our FREE book,"Your Rights to Social Security Disability Benefits" by submitting the form in the sidebar. We will send it out immediately along with other important information.

For more information about Social Security Disability Benefits, visit our law firm web site at CaveyLaw.com. If you would like to speak with one of our Social Security Disability Benefits attorneys about your case, feel free to call us anytime at (727) 897-9117 or simply submit our contact form and we will get back to you quickly.

Getting Rid of the Sleepless Nights While You Wait for Your Social Security Disability Hearing: An “On the Record” Decision

Cant Sleep Disability HearingIf you’ve applied for Social Security Disability benefits and are 55 years or older, unable to perform your past relevant work, and are limited to unskilled work, you might be entitled to what’s called “on the record” decision. This is a request, made prior to a hearing by your attorney for a fully favorable decision granting your Social Security Disability claim. An “on the record” decision is granted when there is clear cut evidence of your functional limitations and it’s clear that once the Social Security Administration went through the 5 Step Sequential Evaluation, you’d be found disabled.

At Cavey and Barrett, we prepare a written hearing memorandum prior to the administrative hearing in front of the Social Security judge. We ask the judge to read the memorandum, review your disability claim and issue an on the record decision without having a hearing.

At Cavey and Barrett, we know that one way to get rid of your sleepless nights while you are waiting for your Social Security Disability benefits is to request an on the record decision prior to your Social Security Disability hearing. Need help with your Social Security disability claim? Contact us today or call 727-894-3188 now.

If you would like more information about your rights regarding Social Security Disability Benefits, you can order our FREE book,"Your Rights to Social Security Disability Benefits" by submitting the form in the sidebar. We will send it out immediately along with other important information.

For more information about Social Security Disability Benefits, visit our law firm web site at CaveyLaw.com. If you would like to speak with one of our Social Security Disability Benefits attorneys about your case, feel free to call us anytime at (727) 897-9117 or simply submit our contact form and we will get back to you quickly.

Give Me Thirty Minutes and I’ll Explain the Social Security Disability Application Process

Free Social Security Disability GuideAt Cavey and Barrett, we’ve written a must read book on the Social Security Disability claims process including an easy to understand explanation of the five step sequential evaluation process that the Social Security Administration uses in every case. It also explains the three hearing stages that you may have to go through before you are granted your Social Security Disability benefits. If you give us just thirty minutes, we will explain the Social Security Disability process to you and make it simple and easy to understand. Call us at 727-894-3188.

Get this book today by click the above link now or using the form to the right of this page. After filling in the form we will rush you your FREE guide.

If you would like more information about your rights regarding Social Security Disability Benefits, you can order our FREE book,"Your Rights to Social Security Disability Benefits" by submitting the form in the sidebar. We will send it out immediately along with other important information.

For more information about Social Security Disability Benefits, visit our law firm web site at CaveyLaw.com. If you would like to speak with one of our Social Security Disability Benefits attorneys about your case, feel free to call us anytime at (727) 897-9117 or simply submit our contact form and we will get back to you quickly.

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