Denied Disability For Treatment Non-Compliance? 6 Reasons You Are Justified To Do So
18 May 2017
If you recently filed for disability benefits, your doctor advised you to stick to your medical treatment plan. If however, you do not continue to follow your doctor's prescribed treatment path, Social Security can deny your claim. It is assumed you are able to work after all since you did not:
Take your medication Undergo any recommended surgery Follow other treatment advice, such as attend physical therapy Fortunately, you may still be able to collect disability if it is determined that you stopped your treatment in any way due to certain justifications.
2 Things You Should Know About Filling A Lawsuit Against A Doctor
17 May 2017
If you have had a bad experience with a doctor or a medical professional you might be wondering if you could file a personal injury lawsuit against that person. Medical malpractice lawsuits are common, and in some cases, they provide a lot of financial relief to the affected party. However, before you file a lawsuit you need to consider a couple things. Here are some tips.
Have You Talked To The Hospital Or Doctor First?
4 Tips For Appealing Your Social Security Disability Denial
12 May 2017
Being hurt and unable to work permanently can be extremely challenging. This can make it impossible to keep your bills paid and is sure to cause you a great deal of stress in the process. If you've filed for Social Security disability and you've been denied, the first thing you may want to do is to consider appealing this decision. It's possible that this could help you get the results you want and the compensation you need to live.
Securing Your Interests Through Engagement In Your Case - Questions For Your Disability Attorney
10 May 2017
Finding yourself in a situation where you're unable to work to support yourself can be incredibly stressful. Though Social Security was set up to provide disability payments to people in that situation, you might find yourself fighting the government for access to the benefits you deserve. That fight can seem endlessly difficult without taking steps to have someone on your side.
Hiring a disability attorney is the best way to navigate the claims process, but you need to make sure all of your bases are covered.