Monthly Archives: April 2017


Can My Employer Change My Employment Contract?

If you have an employment contract, your company or agency almost definitely has a legal obligation to inform you of any changes it makes to the agreement. That may end the employer’s obligation, but a strong employment contract will require the employee to agree to any substantive changes. This is one of the main reasons […]


Is Emotional Distress Considered a Personal Injury?

Many plaintiffs in personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits seek compensatory damages for emotional distress. Sometimes, as with harassment cases, intentional infliction of emotional distress is a plaintiff’s primary claim. But as a matter of law, emotional suffering is not an injury. Technically, it is a tort, which means harm. And when a person suffers […]



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Do I need an attorney to represent me at my Social Security disability hearing?

At your Social Security Disability hearing, you can expect several key components as part of the proceedings. Here’s what typically happens during a Social Security Disability hearing: Notification and Preparation: Before the hearing, you will receive a notice informing you of the date, time, and location of the hearing. It’s essential to review this notice […]

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Guidance on “Long COVID” as a Disability Under the ADA, Section 504, and Section 1557

Although many people with COVID-19 get better within weeks, some people continue to experience symptoms that can last months after first being infected, or may have new or recurring symptoms at a later time.1   This can happen to anyone who has had COVID-19, even if the initial illness was mild.  People with this condition are […]

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