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VA Continues to Have Issues with GI Bill

By Michael Lawrence Varon, PLLC |

We have all dealt with computer issues at some point or another. Maybe your desktop has experienced the blue screen of death. Maybe you couldn’t log into your work computer. Perhaps the cash register at your local supermarket experienced a glitch and needed to be shut down. Computer issues can be frustrating, and not… Read More »

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New York Workers’ Compensation Board Charged with Abuse of Power Over Text Message

By Michael Lawrence Varon, PLLC |

Technicalities can ruin an injured person’s workers’ compensation claim. Even something as seemingly minor such as not disclosing a text message can cause a claim to be denied, leaving a person without much-needed benefits. This recently happened in New York. The Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of New York decided that the New… Read More »

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Social Security Disability and Spousal Benefits

By Michael Lawrence Varon, PLLC |

Social Security is an intricate area of law.  There are many ways to get benefits, but many do not know how. There are strict requirements that need to be met. Plus, there are situations in which Social Security retirement benefits and disability benefits coincide. For example, if you are receiving disability benefits and your… Read More »

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Understanding Aid & Attendance for Veterans

By Michael Lawrence Varon, PLLC |

Veterans are offered many benefits for serving their country, such as tuition aid, housing assistance, medical care and pensions. There are many other benefits that veterans tend to overlook because they have no idea that they even exist. One such benefit is Aid & Attendance. Aid & Attendance is often overlooked, but has been… Read More »

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