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Markhoff & Mittman is a full service law firm in New York dedicated to representing injured individuals.

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Social Security disability benefits exist to protect the worker who has paid into the social security system and now cannot work due to a phsyical or mental impairment. Unemployment benefits compensate individuals who are "ready, willing and able to work" but no jobs exist. Often times, people collect unemployment while waiting for a disability determination. Is this allowed? Join Scott Daniels and Brian Mittman as they explore this very common issue.
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This is easily the most common question that people have when they file for federal social security disability benefits. People want to know where they stand before the Social Security Administration sends them a decision or a federal... more

The Social Security Administration is under fire right now for the wrong reasons. The federal disability program is not out of control and it's solvency can be fixed with simple congressional action. Join disability lawyers Brian Mittman... more

Social Security disability benefits are not available to everyone. Credits are earned through employment and one's insured status is predicated directly on the amount of credits one has. So how do you know how many credits you have?... more

New York Disability Attorney, Brian Mittman, founder of The Disability Guys and Disability University discusses the importance of medical treatment, what an independent medical exam really is all about, how a disabled individual can... more

No one wants to be in the horrifying position of having to apply for social security disability benefits. No one ever expects to get hurt on the job and find themselves unable to work and earn an income. But if and when it happens, will you be... more

Getting hurt at work is far too common these days. If a person is injured and becomes unable to work, are they still able to get paid? Can they potentially sue their employer for damages? Who is responsible and what if the employee is at... more

The Social Security Administration is denying close to 75% of initial disability applications. That means almost 8 out of 10 applications are denied. In every state you can appeal these decisions and in most states, your appeal is... more

Social Security disability claims are not automatic and not everyone is entitled to them. Before a person can receive benefits, they must adhere to a complicated application process and possibly even a judicial review at a hearing. Join... more

Federal social security disability claims are not easy to win. They must be proven with specific medical evidence, physician opinions and a host of other things. The federal government does not make it easy to obtain these benefits and proving... more
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