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Mr. Malman is a graduate of the University of Miami School of Law. He graduated Cum Laude in 1980 and was admitted to practice law in the State of Florida. Mr. Malman has also been admitted to the Trial Bar of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida, he was also admitted to the 5th and 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
For the last 25 years, Mr. Malman has been practicing exclusively in the areas of Personal Injury, Workers’ Compensation and Social Security Disability. He has been in jury trials in State and Federal Court.
In addition, Mr. Malman has given private seminars at law firms on the topic of Social Security Disability and how it related to the Workers’ Compensation Law. He has testified in Workers’ Compensation cases as a Social Security expert, and, over the last 20 years, has received many clients on a referral basis from many Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation attorneys.
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Social Security Disability
A Social Security disability claimant will be considered totally disabled if he is unable to do any kind of work for which he is suited and his total disability has lasted or is expected to last for at least one year, or result in death. The disability can be due to a physical or mental condition, or a combination of a number of such conditions. If the claimant is found to be totally disabled, Social Security benefits will continue as long as the claimant remains disabled.
There is no age requirement for the receipt of Social Security disability benefits. If the claimant is receiving Social Security disability benefits at age 65, the disability benefits are automatically converted to retirement benefits.
Who May Receive disability Benefits?
Members of the claimant’s family may qualify for Social Security disability benefits based on the claimant’s earnings record, including children under the age of 18, or 19 if in high school full time, unmarried children 18 or older if disabled prior to age 22, or a spouse, age 62 or older. Social Security disability benefits to children are made under SSI.
SSI pays benefits to disabled needy individuals of any age, including children. Under SSI, children are considered disabled if they have a physical or mental condition which is so severe that it results in marked and severe functional limitation. As with an adult, the child’s condition must last or be expected to last at least twelve (12) months, or be expected to result in the child’s death. The amount of SSI to which a disability claimant is entitled depends on what the claimant owns and how much income he or she has. If a claimant is married, the Social Security Administration will also consider the income and property of the claimant’s spouse in making a determination of entitlement to SSI disability payments.
Social Security disability claims fail for a variety of reasons:
• An application may be missing important information
• Medical records may be inappropriate
• The case may not be presented clearly
Statistics show that your chances of getting benefits are better if your claim or appeal is handled by a professional with experience in SSDI and SSI claims and appeals.
Over 60% of initial claims for Social Security disability are denied.
Worker’s Compensation. What is it?
Worker’s compensation provides monetary compensation to a worker who is injured or becomes ill as a result of his or her employment. Some common types of workplace injuries include:
• Back injuries or other muscular injuries due to heavy lifting or twisting
• Injury accidents due to unsafe equipment or working conditions, including brain injuries
• Repetitive motion stress injuries such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome or Tendinitis
• Illnesses resulting from exposure to harmful chemicals or materials such asbestos
Compensation may include some or all of the following:
• Wage loss benefits equivalent to 2/3 your normal salary
• Coverage of medical treatment, including doctor and hospital bills, medication, physical therapy, and mileage to and from doctor’s visits
• Vocational rehabilitation/retraining
• Compensation for any permanent impairment resulting from the injury
• Reimbursement for living expenses if the injured person is unable to resume work
• Death benefits and/or funeral expenses in cases of fatal injury
If you have been injured, you are probably wondering what to do and who to turn to. You may be facing expensive medical bills, lost work, and deep physical and emotional pain. You may be wondering what will happen to you and your family. You may even be angry, wondering if you will get the justice you deserve following your accident.I’m Lawrence Malman, and I understand what you are going through. I understand, because I have helped clients like you get the compensation they deserve following their personal injury accidents. I am ready to help you if you have been injured in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence.
Practice Areas: Miami-Dade, Broward, Monroe
We are paid for our legal services only when we obtain a recovery on your behalf and, as with all of our seriously injured clients, we will come to your home or to the hospital for your convenience
We are committed to providing the highest quality in accident cases through integrity, honesty, and hard work. We give every case personalized attention in order to meet each client’s needs. Whether you’ve been a victim of a semi-truck accident, work environment negligence, automobile accident, or any other personal injury… we’re here to help you get the settlement you deserve.
Larry is super honest and has a heart of gold. He really cares about the well being of his clients. He is the man when it comes to Social Security Disability and Personal Injury.
I wholeheartedly recommend Lawrence Malman. Larry has handled various cases for my employees . He is extremely diligent in his work; and respectful of your time.
Lawrence M. Malman, P.A.