The end of the summer is a flurry of activity as parents and students prepare for a new school season. On the other side of the equation is the school which is also preparing for hundreds of students to step through the front doors. Part of that preparation includes making... Learn More
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$127,400 lump sum based on Reduced Earnings!
Former attorney with severe, chronic neurological deficits approved for benefits on initial application.
Moderate Disability not Mild!
White-Plains based law firm Markhoff & Mittman gets results - read about workers' compensation and social security disability cases they have handled.
Permanent Total Disability
Claimant alleged disability beginning in January of 2010 due to serious pain symptoms in her back, neck and right shoulder. In May of 2009, the claimant suffered a serious car accident where she was injured. Although she continued to work after the accident, her injuries eventually forced her to stop by January of 2010. Claimant worked as a 2nd grade school teacher for the last 22 years. As a result of her back and neck injuries, claimant received treatment from an orthopedist, pain management physician and physical therapist. She received epidural steroid injections, physical therapy and monthly evaluations from her doctors.