The social security disability claims process can be overwhelming, especially if you are trying to care for your health at the same time. While it is not a requirement to hire a social security lawyer, an experienced attorney at Cochran, Kroll & Associates, P.C. can easily navigate the various issues that may arise in the application or appeals process.
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer officially signed Michigan’s new No-Fault Law into legislation following widespread outcry shared by drivers around the state about the high prices of auto insurance.
Antidepressants are life-saving medications for many people who struggle with depression and anxiety. However, as with many prescription medications, there can be side effects that not only affect the mother but also a growing baby. If you suspect that your child’s birth defects are related to your antidepressant medications, it’s wise to seek the advice of a medical malpractice attorney.
While involving a Social Security Disability lawyer in your benefits claim might seem like a big step to take, there are several points at which you may benefit from one. Applying for Social Security disability benefits can be a complicated process, and even a small mistake could cost you your claim.
Nine out of every ten physicians surveyed have adopted Electronic Health Records (EHR) technology, and up to 90% of hospitals have integrated the technology into their systems. Research has also shown that 90% of healthcare organizations have been victims of at least one data breach. If you believe your health has been compromised by improper use of your EHR, contact a medical malpractice lawyer immediately.
Social Media is a great modern technology, most of the time. It is relatively well known that future employers may have a look at social media profiles when conducting interviews to see who could be the best candidate and who further support the company’s positive reputation. However, many of our clients are surprised to know that social media posts and updates can play a huge role in the success of their cases and claims. All of our staff, even our medical malpractice lawyers, have used social media as a tool to build successful claims.