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Financial Outlook For Social Security And Medicare Has Not Changed Much In A Year

Moving forward in 2016 requires some grasp of what the future holds. The Sullivan Law Office follows all of the latest legal developments related to Social Security in providing the residents of Kentucky with knowledgeable and experienced legal assistance in cases involving Social Security Disability, long-term disability, short-term disability, state retirement and workers’ compensation. According

Financial Outlook For Social Security And Medicare Has Not Changed Much In A Year 2016-08-19T16:48:29+00:00

What Questions Does A Judge Ask At A Social Security Hearing?

No one wants to go to court. It's just a simple fact. In most instances, Going to court without an attorney is simply unwise as it carries the substantial risk of losing valuable rights. Sullivan Law Office attorneys have appeared before tribunals all over Kentucky for over forty years. We prepare all of our clients

What Questions Does A Judge Ask At A Social Security Hearing? 2016-08-01T16:22:18+00:00

What The New Change to HALLEX Means For Disability Cases, Part 2

This is the second part of a blog on the new interpretation of an important HALLEX Rule. To summarize: In March of 2016, the Social Security Administration (SSA) published an entry in its HALLEX, an internal policy document outlining how the Administration handles cases to be litigated, effectively instructing ALJs that they no longer had

What The New Change to HALLEX Means For Disability Cases, Part 2 2016-07-19T15:50:46+00:00

What The New Change to HALLEX Means For Disability Cases, Part 1

Disability cases are complicated. The time between application and award is long and arduous, requiring the strict observance of formalities, details, time limits, and other deadlines. Such a process requires the patience and guidance of the attorneys at the Sullivan Law Office who have helped countless clients forge through this complex, daunting, legal jungle for

What The New Change to HALLEX Means For Disability Cases, Part 1 2016-07-15T15:46:06+00:00