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September 2014 Archives

A right to Social Security Disability appeal representation

Some things in life are unnecessarily complicated. Many people would agree that the law is one of those things. There's no doubt that the terms and language used can be difficult for the layperson to understand whenever they find themselves dealing with an aspect of the legal system.

When it comes to an SSDI claim, the sooner the better

Just like the referee in a Denver Broncos game, the Social Security Administration keeps it eyes on rules, regulations and the clock. The clock begins ticking the moment a person applies for Social Security Disability benefits, which means that if the claim is approved, benefits will be paid retroactive to the application date. So the sooner a person files an SSDI claim after becoming disabled, the better.

New rule for workplace injuries

Denver construction sites are where heavy materials such as steel beams and rebar are moved by powerful pieces of equipment. Unfortunately, worksite accidents can happen suddenly and without warning. A piece of machinery can crush a limb or materials can fall and badly hurt a worker.

Report: construction companies dodging workers' comp payments

It is perhaps ironic that the federal government enabled construction companies to dodge federal regulations as the firms hauled in federal contracts paid for by U.S. taxpayers. According to an investigative report by McClatchy newspapers, the 2009 stimulus that pumped hundreds of billions of dollars into a faltering U.S. economy also poured contracts and checks into the hands of construction companies that illegally misclassified workers as independent contractors. The widespread misclassification enabled companies to dodge payments on things such as mandated workers' compensation insurance, unemployment insurance, and the employer's share of Social Security and Medicare taxes.

Which Denver workers are most at risk of asbestos exposure?

There are a number of jobs in the Denver area in which risks are a part of the occupation. The men and women who work on high-rise construction, for instance, understand the risks before they begin working. They know that their health and even their lives can depend on being careful and precise when they assemble skyscrapers.

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