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Why I’m a Disability Lawyer -

Having represented disabled individuals for more than 38 years, I am often asked why I chose this field of law. Part of the answer, I attribute to pure chance early in my career (when disability law was in its infancy.) I had been asked to attend hearings for two gentlemen who were quite ill, and […]

President Obama to Drop Social Security Cuts from Upcoming Budget -

In the upcoming year’s budget, the proposal to slow the growth rate of Social Security benefits will be removed. “The compromise embedded in last year’s budget included policies like chained CPI – the number one policy change that Republicans had asked for in previous fiscal negotiations,” said a White House official. “However, over the course […]

Support the Jingle Bell Run -

The 2013 Jingle Bell Run will be held December 15th, 2013 at the Great Valley High School.   The run supports Arthritis, a cause dear to Silver and Silver. Chosen as one of the Most Incredible Themed Races, Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis is a fun and festive way to kick off your holidays by helping […]

How the Government Shutdown Affects Social Security Disability -

There’s a lot of confusion about how those on, or in need of, Social Security Disability are affected by the government shutdown. We’ve put together this page to hopefully answer any questions you have. If you still have questions, please contact our office. Will I still continue to receive my Social Security or SSI payments? […]

Ardmore Personal Injury Lawyers Discuss Teen Driver Fatalities -

Acquiring a driver’s license is an American rite of passage – it can be a thrilling time for teens and an incredibly stressful time for parents. Young drivers quickly become delighted with the realization that with nothing more than a set of keys and a few dollars for gas, the potential for adventure is unlimited. […]

Social Security Disability Benefits for Knee Replacement -

According to a recent reports, total knee replacement surgeries have nearly doubled in the United States over the past decade.  Approximately 600,000 knee replacement surgeries are performed annually in the United States with the majority of them being done on patients 70 years of age and older.  However, sports injuries and deterioration of the knee […]