On August 15, 1983, I started as a young associate attorney with a Brooklyn law firm named Pasternack Popish and Burton. I had just left my first law job at a general practice firm, with the solid conviction that learning and juggling many different kinds of cases in different areas of the law wasn’t for […]
I get this question a lot. Whether it’s Workers’ Comp or Social Security Disability, clients are sometimes confused about whether going back to work is “bad” or can somehow “hurt” their case. So let me be clear: in my opinion it’s almost always better to go back to work, if you can, rather than depend […]
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