Disability Law

Many people assume that the term nursing home abuse in Los Angeles County refers to situations in which staff members intentionally inflict physical harm upon residents through unnecessary physical restraints, burning, kicking, hitting, slapping, and other forms of physical violence. However, it is essential to know that there are many different forms of nursing home

The 5 “Why?”s and DEIMany companies that struggle with DEI-related issues are quick to jump to recruiting to solve the issue.  However, the root cause of your issues may be related to employees not feeling they belong, or have opportunities for advancement.Recruiting will not solve this problem, and you will very likely increase

 
Prior to the COVID pandemic, State of Connecticut employees who sought a disability retirement, would appear personally before a Medical Examining Board for a hearing. The Medical Examining Board is composed of three physicians who decide whether the applicant is medically disabled. An in person appearance allowed the Board to observe the applicant and

Social security recipients and Veterans who rely on disability payments will get some welcome relief from the crushing inflation of the last year.  Beginning January 1, 2023, disability recipients will be given a cost of living increase of 8.7%. This is the largest increase in over 30 years. Military retirees will also get the same

Legal Reader published Frank N. Darras’ article on the legal rights of people living with disabilities who were laid off. The article “Casualty of a Round of Serious Layoffs? Know These Long-Term Disability Tips” explains how disability insurance (including short-term and long-term policies) will play out for someone who’s been laid off in Silicon Valley,