Month: October 2013

APPLYING FOR SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY BENEFITS WHILE STILL ON THE JOB

The situation to apply for disability benefits usually comes up when an employee, who has been injured while at work, is no longer able to perform his specific job; however, he is able to perform some sort of work or employment. The injury could be either temporary such as sprains, minor fractures, contusions, and lacerations, …

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INJURIES CAUSED BY HORSEPLAY AT WORK: COMPENSABLE OR NOT?

Horseplay at work: If a worker is injured at work from horseplay, is the claim compensable? If an employee participates in horseplay or instigates it, then the claim is not compensable. However, if the worker is an innocent bystander but is injured when others are engaged in horseplay, then the claim is most likely compensable. …

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Steve Altmann has been assisting consumers and business owners with bankruptcy matters for more than 27 years. 

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