Quadriplegia: Victims Seeking Legal Help

Written by Carla Ballatan


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Negligent acts that result to quadriplegia haverepparttar right to seek legal assistance to help defray medical bills, compensate for pain and suffering and provide for future lost income. You can assist them into finding an experienced personal injury lawyer practicing spinal cord injury lawsuits. Quadriplegia victims need intelligent and investigative attorneys who will find all coverage are able to devise theories to involve other parties potentially at fault forrepparttar 119190 injury.

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Like other personal injury cases, time is critical, as time goes on, victims may lose some of their rights. Thus, it will greatly helprepparttar 119197 success of a spinal cord injury lawsuit to begin evidence collection and take information immediately afterrepparttar 119198 accident.



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What To Do If Your Disability Case is Denied

Written by Carla Ballatan


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So, now that your claim was denied, what do you do, now? Don’t wait out idly, request for an appeal immediately! There is a 60-day deadline, time enough for you to filerepparttar appeal. The appeal to ask for is a request for reconsideration and you have to go about this yourself, personally even if you have a representation. This is simply to haverepparttar 119189 appeal request “officially” on record atrepparttar 119190 SSA office where you filed your initial claim.

What will happen if you fail to file for appeal withinrepparttar 119191 60 day period? The answer to this is that you have lost all your appeal rights and will start over atrepparttar 119192 very beginning – with a new Social Security Disability or SSI application, which is unfortunate for you because, first you could haverepparttar 119193 best chance of winning a claim and being awarded benefits if you had gone throughrepparttar 119194 social security disability appeals process. Second point, filing another appeal entirely is a waste of valuable time. Subsequent applications will likely be denied forrepparttar 119195 same reasons asrepparttar 119196 first application.

So, don’t wait out forever feeling sorry for yourself once your case is denied! Contactrepparttar 119197 social security office and your attorney or non-attorney representative immediately to avoid missing an appeal deadline.



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