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Why You Should Have an Attorney Represent You at a Disability Benefits Hearing

By Regas & Haag, LTD | October 1, 2020

Applying for disability benefits can be a complicated process, and often includes a hearing in front of an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) to determine whether your application is approved or denied. Here are three reasons why it is important to have an attorney represent you at a hearing. Help From Trained Professionals  Lawyers know the ins and outs of the legal system and how to best represent their client to get optimal results—they are your...

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Filing for Social Security Disability Benefits Successfully

By Regas & Haag, LTD | September 1, 2020

Applying for social security disability benefits requires time, patience, and understanding in order to fill out the lengthy and monstrous forms. Doing so can be tedious in itself, but you’ll need to fill them in correctly if you are hoping to get them approved the first time. Unfortunately, many forms are rejected if they are not completely filled out or if any medical records are missing in the submission. What Is Social Security Disability Insurance?...

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How to Get the Workers’ Compensation You Deserve

By Regas & Haag, LTD | August 1, 2020

When a worker suffers from a serious injury while on the job, the lasting damage can greatly impact the individual’s life. Whether the incident has made it difficult or impossible to work for a short time, or for the rest of their lives, the employer must be held responsible for the incident and its impact on the employee’s future.  When you are injured because of your job or if you have developed a work-related illness,...

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Back to Work Amidst COVID-19: The High-Risk List, Reasonable Accommodations, and What You Can Do

By Regas & Haag, LTD | July 28, 2020

As our state re-opens, many are faced with a difficult decision—whether or not to return to work. Unfortunately, general fear or concern over coronavirus does not hold legal merit to refuse to return to work. However, those who are high-risk individuals (as determined by the CDC), or who have other health disorders, are protected by specific laws and regulations.  Whether you’re looking for additional accommodations in returning to work, or keeping unemployment benefits after refusing...

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