Saturday, September 17, 2005

Texas Disability Lawyers/Advocates - Can You Help People with Disabilities Displaced by Hurricane Katrina?

Texas lawyers and non-lawyer advocates who will help Hurricane Katrina victims with Social Security disability matters without charge, may have their names and contact information listed on the Physician’s Disability Services, Inc. website www.disabilityfacts.com To be made part of the list, to make suggestions, or for more information, please e-mail Doug Smith at dfacts@earthlink.net

The list is for experienced disability lawyers and advocates willing to volunteer. Please include in your e-mail your State Bar of Texas membership number along with your name, address, telephone and fax numbers, and a short description of your Social Security disability training and experience. Non-lawyer advocates should submit the same information except for the State Bar number. Submitting your name for the list does not mean you will accept cases you consider without merit or more cases than you can afford.

To follow developments in Social Security disability, visit: www.disabilityfacts.com

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Julian Booth said...

Disability claims are available for many people, often through their employer's group benefits plan to help cover the loss of wages if the employee has to take time off due to illness or injury. Even though these disability benefits are an integral and valuable part of the employees’ remuneration, filing a disability claim is often denied or delayed, as a means to frustrate the employee to return back to work.

thanks a lot for sharing
disability claims