3 Things To Do If You Have To Defend Your Nurse License

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If you earn your living as a nurse, you never want to risk losing your license. When you get your license reprimanded, suspended, or revoked, it could put your entire career and earning potential in serious jeopardy. You need to learn the facts of any license removal case so you can put together a proper defense. Here’s 3 things to do if you have to defend your nursing license. 1. Know the facts of why your nursing license is under review or threat…

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3 Types Of Non-Medical Evidence To Present At A Disability Hearing

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Being denied Social Security Disability benefits can be frustrating. A disability law attorney can help you appeal a denial in an attempt to reverse the initial decision you received about your benefits. A hearing is typically scheduled as a part of the appeal process. Your attorney will be able to present vital evidence that supports your claim during this hearing. 1. Employee File A medical problem must interfere with your ability to work if you want to qualify for Social Security Disability benefits.…

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How The Protective Filing Date Works

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You may be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) if you worked for an employer who paid taxes to the Social Security Administration (SSA). Your taxes serve as a premium for an insurance program that then pays benefits if you become disabled. Before you have been approved of your SSDI benefits, you will likely have stopped working due to your disability. This is where the protective filing date comes into play.…

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