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Social Security Disability Benefits and Workers' Compensation Offsets

A common question we get from many of our clients deals with the issue of filing for both workers' comp and social security disability benefits. Some injured workers who are…

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Once-classified government documents help lawyers defend sick nuclear workers at S.C. complex

Lawyers are using once-classified government documents to defend potentially thousands of sick nuclear weapons workers and their families that should be eligible for federal benefits. The once-secret documents were released…

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Steinberg Law Firm Spinning for Pattison's Academy in March

We are excited to be participating in the 8th Annual Pedal 4 Pattison’s Spinning Marathon this year! This annual spinning fundraiser is an incredible event benefitting Pattison’s D.R.E.A.M. Academy, the…

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Life Expectancy Social Security Benefits

One of the most important investment decisions we all have to make involves life expectancy. The issue doesn’t depend on stocks or bonds, but Social Security benefits. If you or…

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Will Unemployed Turn to Disability?

Benefits for the unemployed have disappeared with the start of the New Year. Without an emergency aid program, Congress has no means of assisting the 1.3 million Americans without jobs….

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Social Security Benefits Increase for 2014, Is It Enough?

In 2014, social security benefits rose just 1.5 percent, giving people on average an additional $19 a month. This year’s increase is among the smallest since automatic adjustments were adopted…

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