Attorney Troy Rosasco, Partner at Turley, Redmond, Rosasco and Rosasco, has been consistently receiving 4 star ratings from his online Continuing Legal Education (CLE) course, “Disability Insurance Claims Primer: The Plaintiff’s Perspective” through Lawline.com. Mr. Rosasco has been a part of the CLE program since 2010 and is still receiving high marks for the content of… Continue Reading
The confidentiality of any and all documents pertaining to your case are protected under Worker’s Compensation Law. Only certain parties(including employers, insurance companies and either sides’ lawyers) may access information pertinent to your claim without written consent or a court-order. Your claim may also be viewed by government agencies who are processing claims for benefits… Continue Reading
Over 45% of the 1.6 million veterans from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars are currently seeking VA compensation for service connected injuries and disabilities. Returning veterans may be eligible to receive numerous benefits pertaining to injuries sustained while in the service. Disability Compensation is a tax-free monetary benefit that may be received by Veterans who… Continue Reading
Disability Claim Law Firm of Turley, Redmond Rosasco & Rosasco, LLP
Contact me for a copy of my PowerPoint materials for this Social Security Disability claim seminar.
The Law Firm of Turley, Redmond, Rosasco & Rosasco, LLP is proud to announce the launch of their own Internet Informational Disability and Compensation Claim Video Channel, in addition to their new You Tube Disability Law Channel. Our lawyers have produced 50 helpful videos covering topics such as Zadroga 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund Claims, New York Workers’ Compensation Fund Claims, Construction Site Accidents, Social Security Disability Claims, Long Term Disability Claims and New York Civil Service Disability Pensions.
For the attorneys at Turley, Redmond, Rosasco & Rosasco, this is what Christmas time is all about. In that spirit, we wish you and your families a very Merry Christmas and a Healthy New Year! May no injuries or disabilities visit your doorstep in 2011. For those struggling with injury or illness already, may 2011 bring you the a quick and complete recovery.
If the Zadroga 9/11 Compensation bill passes at this time of year, the verse “Hark the Herald Angel Sings… God and some “Republicans” reconcile !” should be sung from the church pews. Merry Christmas!
That is, unless Republican Senator Tom “Scrooge” Coburn gets in the way! (see his cruel opposition paper to the Zadroga Victims Compensation Bill here).
Many say passage of the Detective James Zadroga Bill in the US Senate is all up to Chuck Schumer now. Not so. Many first responders unfairly closed out of the most recent mega 9/11 settlement may only have the Zadroga Bill to fall back on – and they are just as sick as the ones now being compensated in the lawsuits approved by Judge Alvin Hellerstein
New York VA disability statistics
Today is the first day of the NOSSCR Social Security Disability Lawyer conference in "The Big Easy", as this fun loving city is affectionately known. Some of the best Social Security disability lawyers from around the country will be in attendance, including my good friend and current NOSSCR President Larry Wittenberg. While I was a presenter on ERISA… Continue Reading
At this festive time of year, when so many of us are struggling in economic despair, let us not forget all that we still have. In the spirit of the Christmas season, let us try to put aside our worries, if only for one day, and rejoice for the things that matter most – the happiness and health… Continue Reading
Happy New Year to all the readers of the New York Disability Law Blog! Over the course of 2007, we are pleased to report that our firm has once again helped thousands of injured and disabled claimants successfully win the benefits they deserve. Our blog has tried to provide timely and helpful information to all… Continue Reading
"This boy is Ignorance. This girl is Want. Beware them both, and all of their degree, but most of all beware this boy…" – Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol (1843). At this festive time of year, when so many of us have more worldly goods than we truly need, let us not forget those among us… Continue Reading
As an Air Force veteran myself, it was reassuring to know that so many talented veteran disability claim lawyers were in attendance at the National Organization of Veterans’ Attorneys (NOVA) conference last week in Washington, DC. My partner David Tobias and I attended, and as always, there was much to learn. If there was one thing that stood out in… Continue Reading
Did you know that over 60% of all initial Social Security Disability claims filed without a lawyer are denied? Did you know that the Social Security Disability appeals process can now take up to two years? In New York, the current backlog of disability cases awaiting a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge is over 52,000 –… Continue Reading
Congratulations to my friend and fellow long term disability attorney Eve-Lynn Gisonni on her significant victory at the New York State Court of Appeals in Benesowitz v. MetLife. This decision is a great victory for long term disability claimants who are denied benefits due to a "pre-existing condition clause" in their employer’s LTD Summary Plan Description. Credit is also… Continue Reading
Patricia Kitchen of Newsday did a nice article on business professionals who blog in the cover story to the Money and Careers section of last Sunday’s paper. My good friend and fellow attorney Diane Pfadenhauer, who writes the Strategic HR Lawyer Blog, was featured along with my blog on long term disability claims. We both have Kevin O’Keefe at… Continue Reading
As an Air Force veteran myself, I have always had a soft spot for my disabled veteran clients who have put their life on the line to protect our country and our freedoms. However, the United States Veterans’ Administration has done an awful job over the years by denying legitimate VA Disability claims and allowing the system to… Continue Reading