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Social Security Lawyer Commits Fraud

By Ken Marks | March 25, 2013 |

Looks like another law practitioner is in trouble with the law… Eric C. Conn, an Eastern Kentucky Social Security disability lawyer, alongside federal judge, David B. Daugherty, committed wholesale fraud.  Conn received millions upon millions of dollars from the government for handling disability claims that Daugherty deceivingly approved. What happened here is that many cases…

Same-Sex Couples to Receive Military Benefits Yet No Social Security

By Ken Marks | March 16, 2013 |

Same sex couples will now be receiving military benefits. Defense Secretary Leon Panette says discrimination based on sexual orientation, “has no place in the Department of Defense.” But same-sex spouses will still not be able to receive Social Security benefits, immigration privileges or health care and housing due to 1996 Defense of Marriage act. Panetta…

New Law Could Obtain Social Security Benefits for Injured Military Officers

By Ken Marks | March 11, 2013 |

Injured armed services members who are still on active duty have a little less to worry about.  A proposed law called the Recovering Service Members Disability Benefits Act would rush the Social Security disability process for said patriots. Usually there is a 5-month waiting period for injured active-duty armed services personnel.  Of course, they still…

Disability Lawyers Fight for Injured Worker Entitlements

By Ken Marks | February 28, 2013 |

Are you a disabled worker?  Then you know how important social security disability benefits are if you have back problems or heart conditions due to a job you tackled for X amount of years. That is why there is such a great demand for these benefits.  Within the last six years in Western New York…

Employers Have to Provide Kasambahay Workers with Social Security Benefits

By Ken Marks | February 25, 2013 |

Social Security lawyers have now imposed a requirement for employers of domestic workers under the Batas Kasambahay or the Domestic Workers Act that would guarantee they receive a minimum wage set by the wage board.  Not only this, but they will receive added employment benefits such as PhilHealth and membership to the Social Security system.…

The Disabled Lawyer Up With ADA Lawsuit

By Ken Marks | January 31, 2013 |

The Americans with Disabilities act, which enforces accessibility requirements for the disabled, has been getting major media coverage; politicians are seeking to scrap the act while the disabled are filing lawsuits in protest for enforcement of the act. Semi Lentin, a 64-year old author/filmmaker born and bred in New York, is one plaintiff in a…