House Bill 1800 could jeopardize injured workers’ right to receive quality healthcare from their own doctor. The bill would like to impose "evidence-based medical treatment guidelines" for injuries, meaning that doctors would have to follow a specific course of treatment rather than rely on their own judgement as to what is best for injured workers.
There are many false reports that Social Security disability is a welfare program or a handout. This is simply not true. We have taken steps to fight these untrue statements that have clouded some media such as:
emailing partner organizations with the key information they need to know,
attending discussions with top political leaders,
writing letters to various lawmakers urging them to make a change, and
creating a petition to help end delays within the Social Security administration.
You can be part of our political initiatives too. Stand with us by contacting your elected representatives and reminding them of two key things:
Social Security is an insurance policy you’ve paid for and deserve to receive if you cannot work because of a disability.
Lawmakers are responsible for helping to end delays within the system to ensure that people receive their benefits.
We've drafted a letter you can download and mail or email to your U.S. Representative or Senator. Download it here.
You can also have your voice heard by signing our petition. Remind lawmakers that collecting Social Security disability insurance is your right, not a government handout, and urge them to end processing delays.
All current clients have access to My Case Status. This website allows them access to check the status and progression of their case, update their information, securely send and receive medical and case-related documents, contact their legal team, and watch helpful videos.