Eric’s Answers – Video FAQ’S

Q: What is ERISA (Part I)?

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Q: What is ERISA (Part II)?

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Q: How important is my doctor’s opinion in my disability case?

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Q: What if my doctor will not fill out forms because they do not feel qualified?

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Q: How do I know the deadline for my case?

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Q: If I apply for disability benefits, what should I know about social media?

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Q: I am no longer working due to my disability; how can I afford a disability attorney?

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Q: How can having an experienced attorney make a difference in my disability case?

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Q: How does the Buchanan Disability Team handle cases nationally?

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Q: Wouldn’t I want a local attorney for my disability insurance case?

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Q: Who can get long term disability benefits?

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Q: Do you need an attorney with the resources to take on the big insurance company?

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Q: How can a firm be big enough to take on large insurance companies nationally, but still pay attention to me?

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Q: Why does Eric Buchanan & Associates take a team approach?

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Q: What time deadlines should I be aware of if I’m applying for or appealing a disability insurance claim?

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Q: If I’ve already appealed my disability case and been turned down, what kind of deadline applies?

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Q: What do I need to know when the insurance company sends me to see their doctor?

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Q: Will the insurance company conduct surveillance on me?

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Q: What should I do if the insurance company conducts surveillance on me?

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Q: What is an “of counsel” attorney?

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Q: What’s the difference between social security disability and long term disability insurance?

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Q: What is COBRA?

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Q: What kinds of things qualify as disabilities?

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Q: Do I need an attorney to apply for or receive benefits?

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Q: If somebody has a social security disability case and a long term disability case, is it better to have the same attorney handle both?

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Q: How does the Social Security Administration determine if I am disabled?

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Q: I’m sure people ask if their case can be sped up. Is there anything you can do?

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Q: What do you and your disability and benefits team do to help people?

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Q: When someone applies for disability, what role does their doctor play in the process?

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Q: If you could talk directly to the doctors who treat people who are applying for social security what would you tell them?

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Q: How long does it actually take to receive social security benefits?

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Q: My social security disability application was denied. What’s next?

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Q: What happens at the social security disability hearing?

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Our team helps people get the disability benefits they deserve nationwide. Click on the “Read Now” links below to get important answers to your Disability Claims questions.

Q: Who Is Entitled to Social Security Disability Benefits?

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Q: Do I Need an Attorney to Apply for or Receive Social Security Disability Benefits?

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Q: How Does the Social Security Agency Determine If I Am Disabled?

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Q: What Happens at the Social Security Disability Hearing?

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Q: Common Social Security Disability Injuries

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Q: My Social Security Disability Application Was Denied What Comes Next?

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