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Simplifying the Social Security Process

The Social Security process can be confusing, but it does not have to be. Open communication with your attorney can make all the difference. At MySocialSecurityClaim.com, you will have access to all the information you need regarding your claim. Using the latest technology, we make it as easy as possible to stay informed throughout the process. You will get assistance with your claims and access to your case files without having to leave your home.

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Run by the attorneys at the Washington law offices of Schwab and Schwab, our phone lines are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you want to become a partner in the process of securing Social Security benefits, we are ready to help you get them. Contact us today for a free initial consultation. We have locations in Washington, Oregon and Idaho, and — through MySocialSecurityClaim.com — our lawyers serve clients across the country.

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  • In a petition for review of the Benefits Review Board's determination that petitioner was not entitled to disability benefits under the Longshore and Harbor Worker's Compensation Act, the petition is denied where psychological injuries that result from legitimate personnel actions are not compensable under the Act. Read More

  • Department of Justice's Bureau of Justice Assistance's (BJA) denial of claim for benefits by plaintiff and her three children under the Public Safety Officers' Benefits Act (PSOB Act) 42 U.S.C. section 3796, is affirmed as the BJA correctly determined that plaintiff's deceased husband did not die as a result of the type of "injury" that is compensable under the PSOB Act. Read More

  • Decision of the Veterans Court holding that 38 C.F.R. section 3.343(a) does not apply to assignments of retrospective staged ratings that include a temporary total disability rating is affirmed as the Department of Veterans Affairs' interpretation of the applicability of the section is not plainly erroneous or inconsistent with the regulation. Read More

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At this law firm you are a partner in the appeal process, they do all the work, but all the work they do is always open to you for review at any time, day or night. The whole processing of the claim by this law firm is transparent, there is nothing secret for fear that the client might not understand.

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