Pond Lehocky Disability expert Michael Parker hosted a Facebook Live

The head of Pond Lehocky Giordano’s long-term disability department, Michael J. Parker, hosted the first-ever long-term disability Facebook Live Q&A where viewers asked questions about long-term disabilityhow to file a claim, Social Security disability, and workers’ rights.  

The recorded broadcast, which last about an hour, can be streamed on the firm’s Facebook page: 

Throughout the live Q&A Parker answered many questions regarding long-term disability and the differences between that and Social Security disability. The educational conversation touched on best practices, the process of filing a claim, and the impact of the pandemic.  

“The pandemic has affected many of the claims thus far. We have pushed that way through so far. You know, we’re four months into the pandemic right now and we’re still pursuing all of our claims,” Parker shared at the beginning of the broadcast. “On a personal note, my grandmother passed away as a result of the Coronavirus. People should absolutely consider long term disability benefits if they can’t perform their past job due to contracting the virus.” 

Parker, who was recent published in The Legal Intelligencer for his article on Three different disability claims available to COVID-19 Victimsshared with viewers the best way to contact him and his team is via email at 

Parker has focused his practice on advocating for the disabled for almost fifteen years. He is a board-certified Social Security Disability Advocate by the National Board of Legal Specialty Certification, an American Bar Association accredited organization. He has been recognized for his legal expertise as a Super Lawyers® Rising Star, which represents the top 2.5 percent of all attorneys under the age of 40 in 2010-2017.  

In January of 2018, he spearheaded the formation of our Pond Lehocky’s Long-Term Disability Department. Parker has taken his passion for representing disabled individual and applied to helping disabled individuals who are wrongfully denied insurance benefits. Parker earned his undergraduate degree in history from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2001 and went on to receive his J.D. from The Dickinson School of Law of The Pennsylvania State University in 2004. 

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