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  • Social Security Sarasota Jonathan Hausburg
    these conditions if severe enough can make a person unable to work One of the most aggravating experiences is to be genuinely disabled and on top of that to have the government dismiss your disability out of hand Serving Sarasota Bradenton Venice and Punta Gorda for More Than 30 Years and the surrounding areas Anybody can be disabled But not everyone is able to draw Social Security Disability benefits Most

    Original URL path: http://socialsecuritysarasota.com/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Social Security Sarasota Jonathan Hausburg
    Sarasota Florida sinced 1981 His speciality is Social Security Law Some of his credentials are Duke University B A 1974 Rutgers University Law School 1981 U S Army Judge Advocate General Corps 1974 1977 Federal Bar 1982 Present Florida Bar

    Original URL path: http://socialsecuritysarasota.com/about.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Social Security Sarasota Contact
    the date you last worked What is was your occupation Are you currently being treated by a doctor What is your disability Your Message Submit Should be Empty Comments sipohn 36 wrote 03 06 2013 04 46am I retained Mr Hausburg in 2012 to assist me with an appeal to a Social Security judgement against me I am a disabled Vet and I live in the Sarasota area I interviewed 4 attorneys before deciding for Mr Hausburg Unlike the others I talked with Mr Hausburg had a clear understanding of the appeals process met with me personally to review my case and didn t ask me for a retainer before he would take the matter up Asking for upfront fees is prohibited by the Social Security Administration yet 2 of the lawyers I spoke with asked for money anyway I followed Mr Hausburg s instructions to the letter and collected all of the information he requested The appeal was submitted and 5 months later I had won the case with all back benefits I could not have been happier with Mr Hausburg and his staff I cannot account for the negative comments I have read here but can only surmise

    Original URL path: http://socialsecuritysarasota.com/contact.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Social Security Sarasota FAQ
    income For recipients of SSD there is no limit to the amount of other income you can receive as long it is not from work activity For example if you own an apartment building and receive income from the rents or if you have investments that generate dividends For recipients of SSI there are additional non medical requirements related to assets and resources If I was denied benefits based upon my initial application should I appeal Yes We win about 6 out of 7 cases we take Many claims that are denied initially are awarded at a later stage If I am awarded SSD or SSI benefits how much will I receive It varies based on your earnings history You will receive anywhere from 500 to 2 000 a month or more How long will the process take From 6 to 24 months to get through the Administrative Law Judge hearing decision stage Hearings are held in Tampa or Ft Myers What will it cost me There is no cost to you for our representation unless we are successful in obtaining your benefits Can my kids get benefits if I am disabled Minor children of a disabled worker can receive auxiliary benefits The amount is approximately 40 of the disabled workers monthly payment What can I do to improve my chances of winning SSI or SSD benefits Maintain regular and consistent treatment with physicians that support your claim for disability If you cannot afford to maintain treatment with private physicians please contact our office and we will attempt to refer you to free clinics and county facilities where treatment can be obtained free of charge Using an attorney to represent you undoubtedly improves your chances of a win How do I get started Click on the Free Consultation Form page

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  • Social Security Sarasota Disability Blog
    the actual pain or illness In the blink of an eye a Service members military career can drastically change due to a sudden illness wound or injury When this happens many are left uncertain of the resources available to support them during their recovery That s where Anthony Lazzaro comes in While on active duty working as a Marine Corps Liaison at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center WRNNMC Anthony discovered his passion for assisting recovering Service members map their road to recovery This was the only job that I could actually say I loved doing said Anthony It was amazing seeing their tenacious spirit as they strived through recovery It was this experience that led Anthony to his current role as a Recovery Care Coordinator RCC for the United States Marine Corps Wounded Warrior Regiment WWR For the past two months Anthony has worked as a RCC at Camp Lejeune NC where he supports eligible Service members by ensuring their non medical needs are met along the road to recovery Recently Anthony along with other RCCs Advocates and other Non Medical Case Managers met at a quarterly RCC training held by the Office of Warrior Care Policy The week long training event was designed to prepare attendees to assist wounded ill and injured Service members and their families through the phases of recovery rehabilitation and reintegration The training included presentations from federal agencies and panel discussions featuring seasoned colleagues who shared their experiences best practices and lessons learned Anthony found the training and the guidance of his colleagues beneficial That s what makes this job as an RCC so special We are a team We are here for one another Each RCC brings a unique attribute to the team he said As an RCC and former Marine Corps Liaison Anthony s work has made a lasting impact on recovering Service members During one of his more memorable experiences he assisted a recovering Service member through the beginning phase of his recovery including 10 surgeries a year of rehabilitation and his retirement from military service Speaking with him daily Anthony became close to him and his family To this day Anthony continues to be involved in this Service member s life and was even a groomsman in his wedding It was moving to see how far the human body mind and spirit can go said Anthony This Marine went from full mobility to losing an eye having a TBI major limb salvage PTSD and much more in just seconds It s rewarding to see the determination of these warriors For those considering becoming an RCC Anthony offers this advice You have to have an invested heart Get to know the recovering Service member really get to know them They will feel more comfortable if they trust you and know you have their best interest at heart This is especially important since as an RCC Anthony feels that the recommendations and decisions that he makes will impact recovering Service members

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