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The staff at LaVan & Neidenberg cares about the disabled and we are passionate about  the issues that affect those who are applying or waiting for Social Security Disability, Veterans' Disability Compensation, and/or Long-Term Disability Insurance benefits. We make it a point to blog about important topics such as advances in the various disability claims processes, advances in medicine, upgrades to the various disability benefits programs, and much more.

The personal injury division of our firm often reports on the tri-county area's traffic accidents. The reporting of traffic accidents in no way means or implies that we represent any of the individuals involved. However, we do wish those involved a speedy recovery and we send our condolences to the families who have lost their loved ones in an automobile accident.

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2/24/2014
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Marital Rights for Same-Sex Couples Enforced by Attorney General

Same-sex married couples will see changes in their federal rights thanks to a recent memorandum from Attorney General Eric Holder.

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10/23/2013
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Study: Flu Vaccine May Decrease Risk of Cardiovascular Events

Another reason to get your annual flu shot – the vaccine could help lower your risk of cardiovascular events like heart attack and heart failure.

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9/12/2013
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Spinal Fluid Test May Reveal Early Signs of Multiple Sclerosis

A small study found spinal fluid could be an early indicator of multiple sclerosis. It also revealed that damage may occur to not only white matter but gray matter as well.

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12/7/2012
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Heart Disease: Healthy Diet Further Reduces Risk for Patients on Medication

Patients with heart disease who are taking medication may further reduce risk of death by eating a healthy diet, according to a recent study.

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7/13/2012
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New Guidelines Recommend Screening for Obesity

New guidelines have been issued that recommend physicians screen patients for obesity. In addition, physicians should provide information on how to lose weight.

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7/10/2012
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Disabled Veterans National Foundation Offering Free Crutches to Vets

Disabled veterans in need of assistance when walking can apply for a free pair of Millennial Medical crutches from the Disabled Veterans National Foundation.

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5/15/2012
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Are you a Veteran Ignoring PTSD? It Could Lead to Mental Disability

Reports are showing that when soldiers neglect PTSD symptoms, during active duty, it can cause more severe mental disabilities later in life as a veteran.

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4/25/2012
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Disability Claims: Government Benefits will be Paid Electronically by 2013

In 2013, all US Government issued payments will be made electronically. Contact a disability lawyer to increase your chances of being approved for benefits.

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4/10/2012
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LaVan & Neidenberg’s EZClaim System Speeding up Claims

Expediency and accuracy are key focuses at The Law Office of LaVan & Neidenberg, P.A. where our EZClaim system continues to improve our service for disability.

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4/10/2012
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LaVan & Neidenberg Organizing Disability Claims with EZClaim System

Better organization means fewer errors and faster response to details regarding your disability benefits application status. Our EZClaim system does just that!

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11/2/2011
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VA Report Focuses on Improving Healthcare for Desert Storm Veterans

VA released a draft report about plans to provide better healthcare for Desert Storm veterans. For help with a veterans’ disability claim, call 1-888-234-5758.

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9/29/2011
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Important LTD Findings from 2011 Council for Disability Awareness

The 2011 Council for Disability Awareness LTD Claims Review provides important findings. Call your Ft. Lauderdale long-term disability lawyer: 1-888-234-5758.

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9/13/2011
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Nature Therapy for Veterans in Use at New Virginia Retreat

A new retreat provides a nature-based healing environment for recovering veterans. For help with a VA disability claim call 1-888-234-5758.

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8/19/2011
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New Strategy to Stimulate Heart Cells

A new technique that stimulates heart cells could make light-controlled pacemaker devices. Call a Palm Beach County long-term disability lawyer: 1-888-234-5758.

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8/11/2011
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House Committee Passes Legislation For Service Dogs for Veterans

The House is currently considering a bill that would mandate service dog access to VA facilities. Help for veterans disability claims - 1-888-234-5758.

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7/12/2011
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Increasing Rates of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease in Women

Since 2007, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease rates have seen an increase in women. Call your Miami Beach Social Security disability lawyer: 888-234-5758.

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4/18/2011
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Positive Health News: Cancer Deaths are Declining

There continues to be a decrease in the rates of cancer deaths. Contact a Miami long-term disability attorney at 1-888-234-5758.

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3/25/2011
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Another Health Effect of Alcohol? Increased Risk of Pancreatic Cancer Death

If you are suffering from pancreatic cancer and it has caused you to be unable to work, contact a long-term disability attorneys - 1-888-234-5758.

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3/16/2011
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Colon Cancer Risk May Be Reduced with Good Cholesterol

Good cholesterol may reduce colon cancer risk. Contact the long-term disability attorneys at The Law Offices of LaVan & Neidenberg, P.A. 1-888-234-5758.

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3/3/2011
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How Continuing Resolution HR 1 May Affect Your Rights as a Disability Applicant

A bill going before the U.S. Senate could diminish rights for the disabled. Don’t apply or appeal your Social Security disability claim until you read this FREE guide. LaVan & Neidenberg can increase your chances of winning your claim – 1-888-234-5758.

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1/6/2011
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Doctors Often Fail to Prescribe Effective Drugs after a Heart Attack

A new study indicates that doctors are often not prescribing recommended drugs after a heart attack. If you or your loved is suffering from a severe physical or mental disability, contact the long-term disability attorneys at The Law Offices of LaVan & Neidenberg, P.A. 1-888-234-5758.

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12/13/2010
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New Initiatives Seek to Raise Awareness of Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease is one of the fastest growing medical conditions in the United States. Don’t apply or appeal your Social Security disability claim until you read this FREE guide. LaVan & Neidenberg can increase your chances of winning your claim – 1-888-234-5758.

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12/7/2010
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Number of Veterans Abusing Pain Meds Is Climbing

There is a disturbing increase in the number of combat veterans abusing prescription medication. A surplus of pain killers available to the general soldier population has greatly fed the problem.

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11/23/2010
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VA To Help Low-Income Veterans And Their Families

The VA will give grants to private non-profits and consumer cooperatives to be used to combat homelessness among veterans at the community level. Some programs will focus on benefit dependents.

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11/18/2010
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VA Officials Believe They Can Reduce Claims Backlog

The VA plans on eliminating the backlog of disability claims by 2015. To do this, they are changing their entire approach towards the process itself.

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