Friday, October 16, 2020

4 Things Social Security Disability Recipients Should Not Do

4 things not to do to help you keep your Social Security Disability Benefits 

1. Plan your next move 
2. Don't stop Doctoring 
3. Do not earn over the allowed amount 
4. Don't be like Doris

Tuesday, October 13, 2020

How To Change Bad Habits In an Ugly Divorce

I recently interviewed Ashley-Nicole Russell, Esq, divorce attorney, and host of Divorce, Healthy! Podcast. In this segment, we talk about habits and changing old bad habits that are detrimental to us when going through a difficult divorce. 

My guest is Ashley-Nicole Russell, Esq, divorce attorney, and host of Divorce, Healthy! Podcast. She is also the author of the book, "The Cure for Divorce Culture, Repairing The Damage Within A Lost Class Of People", In this video, she shares her message that healthy divorce is possible with good suggestions.

Saturday, October 10, 2020

Sunday, October 4, 2020

What is Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)?

Learn about Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and the two rules to receive it.

At Hodson & Mullin, we know disabled people need help. Faced with a possible lifetime of great physical pain and a frightening financial future, many are so overwhelmed they don't know where to turn. At Hodson & Mullin we not only understand, we effectively steer our eligible clients through the Social Security Disability application and appeal processes, with countless successful cases over the decades. 

Thursday, October 1, 2020

The Top 5 Effects Of Divorce On Children

We all know that eventually some people grow apart, and eventually end up in divorce. It may be a sad time but sometimes it is for the best. But what about the children? What happens to them and what are the effects of a divorce on them? Let's talk about that in today's episode.

Friday, September 25, 2020

What To Do When You've Been Injured At Work

Your job is not just something you work hard at but something that is important to your livelihood. That’s why a workplace injury can be so devastating—missed time at work can mean missed paychecks and expensive medical bills.

Enter workers’ compensation. Designed (in many cases) to be the exclusive remedy for injuries that happen on the job, each state is different when it comes to filing claims and collecting these important benefits. The workers’ compensation system can sometimes be complicated with very specific procedural requirements before your claim will be accepted.

For that reason and many others, working with a workers’ compensation attorney can help make sure you get approved for these important benefits.