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Lawyer Interviews provide in-depth legal news and information based on professional interviews with a lawyer specializing in the lawsuit being discussed. These interviews are meant to provide potential claimants with information needed to determine if they should also pursue a legal claim for injuries or losses they may have sustained in a similar case.

Proving Your Social Security Disability Insurance Case

Proving Your Social Security Disability Insurance Case January 27, 2012. By Jane Mundy.
Tulsa, OK If you are applying for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Social Security Insurance, you must prove that you are 100 percent unable to work, either in your past relevant work and even in less demanding work. SSDI attorney Eric B. Brown, Garrett Law Office, P.C explains that there are several ways to go about that.
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Oklahoma SSDI Lawsuit? Attorney Weighs In

Oklahoma SSDI Lawsuit? Attorney Weighs In November 12, 2011. By Jane Mundy.
Tulsa, OK Cathy is in bad shape. She has degenerative disc disease, fibromyalgia, carpal tunnel syndrome and chronic knee pain, but she hasn't been diagnosed as disabled. What are her chances of getting approval for an Oklahoma social security disability claim (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI)? Social Security Attorney Eric Brown of Garret Law Office weighs in.
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Denied Social Security Benefits? SSDI Attorney Advises

Denied Social Security Benefits? SSDI Attorney Advises October 29, 2011. By Jane Mundy.
Tulsa, OK If you have been denied Social Security Benefits, Eric Brown, Oklahoma Social Security attorney at Garret Law Offices, advises that you seek legal help before you appeal. And because there are no legal costs involved, many people hire Brown during the initial process. "We are only paid if back pay is awarded," says Brown, "and we don't take any portion of your ongoing monthly benefits." In other words, he only gets compensated if you are awarded a lump sum.
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