A St. Louis Car Accident Attorney Can Make Your Life Easier

So you’ve just been injured in a car accident and you have mounting bills, lost wages fr and a lot of worries. There are many reasons for hiring an experienced St. Louis car accident lawyer. The first reason is that you want to receive the full value of your claim. Nobody wants to be taken

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St Louis Social Security Disability Attorney In News For Local Case: Article by Bill MCClellan-Disabled Womans Case Seems Stuck

I recently had an article posted about one of my clients.There was no medical proof of her disability when she came into my office.Contrary to the point  made in the article is the fact that a Judge cannot find that someone is disabled because it is “evident” just from their appearance.A judge must have medical

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St Louis Injury Attorney Cites Article Regarding Medicare Reimbursements In Personal Injury Cases

It’s unclear what changes the contractor might make and whether it will follow last month’s decision in Haro v. Sebelius, but its temporary suspension of  “rights and responsibilities” letters and demand letters has caused problems for plaintiffs. One attorney notes that an insurance company refused to send a settlement check without Medicare’s demand letter. By Allison

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St Louis Social Security Disability Lawyer Cites News Article about the Backlog of Hearings in Missouri

If you have been wondering why it is taking so long for your Social Security Disability Hearing to be scheduled, you should read this article from USA Today. Backlog grows for Social Security appeals By Kevin McCoy, USA TODAY More than 728,000 Americans are awaiting appeal hearings for Social Security disability benefits, a 5% jump

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St. Louis Workers’ Compensation Attorney Notes That The Second Injury Fund Is Suffering A Financial Crisis

The Second Injury Fund in Missouri continues to teeter on the edge of complete insolvency.  Note this excellent article on the subject from Jason Hancock of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Missouri injury fund refusing to pay, heading for insolvency BY JASON HANCOCK • jhancock@post-dispatch.com > 573-635-6178 | Posted: Monday, June 6, 2011 12:21 am |

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