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Blog Posts in 2013

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  • Student Grants and Loans May Affect Your Eligibility for Social Security Benefits
    Student Grants and Loans May Affect Your Eligibility for Social Security Benefits

    If you are a student on Supplemental Security Income (SSI), you may know that the Social Security Administration (SSA) excludes student loans, grants, scholarships, fellowships, and monetary gifts ...

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  • My Workers’ Compensation Claim was Accepted. Do I Still Need a Lawyer?
    My Workers’ Compensation Claim was Accepted. Do I Still Need a Lawyer?

    The simple answer is that it depends on your situation. If you don’t know exactly what you are entitled to receive, you may want to contact a lawyer to help you. Many insurance company agents don’t ...

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  • How to Build a Medical Record to Prove Your Workers’ Compensation Claim
    How to Build a Medical Record to Prove Your Workers’ Compensation Claim

    In many cases we’ve seen, a person with multiple work-related injuries will focus first on getting treatment for the body part that hurts the most. They either don’t mention the less severe injuries ...

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    “I found everyone involved in my case to be very helpful, courteous, and mindful of my needs.”

    Tammy

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    “ I know it was a long, drawn-out process but it was worth all the time put in to it. So thanks again for your time and help.”

    Eric D.

  • They always made time for me and made my feel my case was important.

    “Working with Pat Biggam and his two assistants was a pleasure. ”

    Margaret U.

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    Walter

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    “I felt very respected, supported, and validated throughout this process.”

    Lindsay