The days surrounding Thanksgiving is considered one of the busiest traffic times of the year. More people on the road means that there is a greater possibility for traffic accidents, and Lancaster & Eure recommends the following:
Lancaster & Eure's 4th Quarter Employee Spotlight Award Recipient is Leah Elting.
Leah began her career with L&E in April, 2017. During the past 1-1/2 years, Leah has proven herself to be a knowledgeable, conscientious legal assistant providing guidance to clients. Won practice area. ]
Leah always displays a pleasant demeanor even in challenging situations.
Originally from Sacramento, CA, Leah began her career in law over thirty years ago, transitioning to Nashville, TN and then onto Bradenton, where she now resides with her husband.
Lancaster & Eure values and recognizes Leah’s commitment to protecting our client’s rights and her ability to assist clients as they navigate through the legal process.
What do you like most about your job?
What aspect of your position gives you the most personal satisfaction?
My efforts. I try to do the best in everything I do, including my job.
Who do you feel is the most influential person in your life… past or present?
Tell us something that might surprise us about you.
I love riding dirt bikes.
How do you define success?
Where is the best place you’ve traveled and why?
It’s a toss-up~ Redwoods in California for its serenity or Costa Maya, Mexico for its beauty!
What are your favorite things to do? Camping, Boating & Jet skiing.
The Social Security Administration offers two different programs for people who cannot work for at least one year because of their medical conditions. The two programs are Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI). The programs have a variety of different requirements in order for someone to be eligible.
For both programs, you need to prove the following:
The two programs have different requirements. For SSDI, you need to prove that you have worked and paid into the system for a sufficient amount of time depending upon your age. For SSI, you do not need a work history, but you must prove that your assets are low enough to qualify for assistance.
In most cases, your initial application for disability will be denied. This happens to many individuals who have qualifying medical conditions.
Speak with one of our experienced, professional attorneys today to determine if applying for disability is right for you. Call to schedule a free initial consultation at (941) 365-7575.