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February 15, 2021 in

Will I be able to get social security disability benefits even if I have a drug or alcohol abuse problem?

If you are worried that your use of drugs or alcohol will affect your ability to win your Social Security disability case, you will want to read this. First, let's start by defining our terms. The Social Security Administration, (“SSA”), refers to this as drug and alcohol abuse. (“DDA”).  DDA refers to substance use...
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February 15, 2021 in

Labovick Law Group: MVA Recovery Program

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February 2, 2021 in

Will my complaints of pain be considered in my claim for social security disability benefits?

The most common complaint I hear from clients is how painful their conditions are and how their pain prevents them from doing their usual activities and disrupts their lives. If they get denied benefits, they wonder if the Judge actually listened to them or did not believe their complaints. How could benefits have been...
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January 30, 2021 in

LaBovick Law Group Has Launched a New Website

  We are thrilled to announce that LaBovick Law Group has launched a new website at www.labovick.com! Our goal with this new website is to provide our visitors with an easier way to learn about LaBovick Law Group’s practice areas and services, and also to browse information, find out quickly if you have a...
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January 29, 2021 in

Peter Hunt of LaBovick Law Group Sworn In As PBCJA President

We’re proud to announce that attorney Peter Hunt has been sworn in as president of the Palm Beach County Justice Association (PBCJA). He officially took the helm during the annual election event, which took place virtually on January 8, 2021. He will serve until January 2022. First established in 1988, the Palm Beach County...
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January 26, 2021 in

Will I be entitled to Social Security Disability benefits due to Depression and Anxiety?

Unfortunately, if you only have a mental impairment and no physical impairments, then it is more difficult to prove disability for purposes of Social Security disability. You will need to show that based solely on your mental impairments, you are not able to work.  We have clients who tell us that due to their...
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January 21, 2021 in

Is Medulloblastoma a Condition Which Automatically Qualifies for Disability?

A medulloblastoma is a form of brain cancer. The cancerous tumor forms in the lower part of the brain called the cerebellum, which controls muscle coordination, balance and movement. Medulloblastoma is a fairly common brain tumor, typically found in children. The cause of the tumor is unknown but has been linked to genetics. While...
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January 18, 2021 in

Can You Get Disability Benefits for Graves Disease?

If you’re wondering if you can receive disability benefits due to being diagnosed with Graves disease, it’s important to remember that as with any medical condition, the severity of your condition and how it impacts your functional ability will determine eligibility for disability benefits. Having a diagnosis alone will never be enough for you...
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January 14, 2021 in

What Benefits are Available After a Heart Attack?

Suffering a heart attack is a major life-threatening event. You will likely be recovering from a heart attack for a significant period of time. While you are recovering, you are not going to be able to work. You may be asking yourself if you cannot work while in recovery, how are you going to...
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January 11, 2021 in

What is Optic Neuritis and is it Disabling?

Optic neuritis is a medical condition that affects the eye and your vision. It occurs when your optic nerve becomes inflamed. Your optic nerve is located in the back of your eye and functions to transfer visual information from the retina to vision centers in the brain. Neuritis, in its very basic form, is...
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