Category Archives: Jacksonville Social Security disability attorney
Congratulations to Tom Farrell for being selected as a 2020 Super Lawyer, again! This is Tom’s 5 consecutive year with this prestigious recognition. Since we are on the topic of awards, Tom has also been renamed as a Top 3 Social Security Disability lawyer in Jacksonville on the “Three Best Rated” website!
COVID-19, otherwise referred to as the coronavirus, has affected every area of our lives. In addition to public health threats, there is concern over the financial impacts of the pandemic. In addition to school and non-essential businesses closures, government agencies are also affected. Many are operating on reduced hours and are prohibiting in-person visits…. Read More »
In the course of keeping up with your work, home, and social obligations, there are times when preventative health maintenance can end up taking a back seat. Unfortunately, neglecting to stay on top of chronic conditions you suffer from and not addressing what may seem like relatively minor symptoms can have major impacts on… Read More »
If you become disabled and are unable to work, you may be entitled to Social Security disability benefits. Unfortunately, many claimants fail to get the maximum amount they are entitled to. Regardless of your current health, there are some steps you can take to ensure you get the benefits you need and to maximize… Read More »
It was not that long ago that people with mental health conditions were forced to suffer in silence. While we understand more about the underlying neurological or physical factors that often play a role in these illnesses, it can still be challenging to get your condition accepted as a valid medical impairment. In cases… Read More »
When injuries or chronic health conditions prevent you from working, Social Security disability benefits provide a safety net. Determining whether you are eligible and applying for these benefits can be a time consuming and complicated process. In too many cases, applications end up getting denied or delayed. Part of the problem is that the… Read More »