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Psoriasis, Social Security Disability and You

If psoriasis is preventing you from working, read on for how the Social Security Administration will evaluate your claim.

Types of Psoriasis

Psoriasis is a common skin condition that cause cells to build up rapidly on the surface of the skin.

Questions at the Disability Hearing – Sitting, Standing, Walking

Winter Haven Social Security attorney

If you are seeking a knowledgeable Winter Haven Social Security attorney who can help you file for SSD benefits, please call an attorney at Kaylor, Kaylor & Leto at 1(800) 900-7734 today.

Questions at the Disability

What to Do Once You Are Awarded Benefits

After you are awarded benefits from the Social Security Administration, you might wonder if you will have to fight as hard to keep them as you did to receive them in the first place. Our Winter Haven disability attorney

Your Testimony


The testimony you deliver at your disability hearing will be very important to the success of your claim. Your Social Security disability attorney in Lakeland has outlined some common questions below that you can expect to answer at your

Our Sebring Personal Injury Lawyer Can Detail 5 Frequent Accident Causes

Your Sebring personal injury lawyer can list the various causes of car accidents and also give advice in avoiding them.

Common Car Accidents and Their Causes

It is an unfortunate reality that car accidents happen on a daily basis. Your Sebring

Overcoming Common Defenses to Personal Injury Claims

Accident report

Negligence is generally defined as the failure to exercise a degree of reasonable care in order to minimize the risk of harm to a third party. In order for a

What to Expect at a Consultative Examination

At some point in your disability claim process, you may be asked to submit to a consultative medical examination. The purpose of this is to gather more medical evidence should it be deemed that the existing evidence is insufficient.

Eight Things You Can Do to Help Your Personal Injury Attorney Get the Best Result in Your Case

While part of the responsibility for securing a favorable outcome in your case rests with your personal injury lawyer, you will need to do certain things in order to help your case. Talk to our lawyer for additional information

Four Factors That Influence Jurors (and Insurers) in Auto Accident Cases

As you discuss your case with the personal injury lawyer who is representing you, you may learn about different elements that may influence jurors. Knowing this information upfront can help your personal injury lawyer advise you as to whether

Beware of Work Issues That Could Jeopardize Your Disability Claim

Waiting for an SSD application to be approved is stressful as the applicant is not sure what the outcome will be. In the meantime, they might fill out job applications in case their SSD application is denied. However, our