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For more than 50 years, my practice has been entirely devoted to representing injured workers and their families to obtain disability pensions, workers' compensation benefits and social securty disability benefits. I am Board Certified by the Flo...
Practice areas & skills: Employee Benefits, Workers Compensation, Social Security
Alexander Palamara received his B.S. in Psychology from the University of Florida and his J.D. from Hofstra University School of Law in New York. After completing law school in 2006, Mr. Palamara spent 3+ years developing his trial skills as an A...
Practice areas & skills: Employee Benefits, Insurance, Life Insurance
I represent insureds seeking to enforce their rights under Private and Employer provided ERISA group disability insurance policies, handling claims at all levels including application, continuance of claim, administrative appeals, buyouts and liti...
Practice areas & skills: Employee Benefits, Insurance
Noah Scott Warman was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, the son and grandson of dedicated union members. He attended Roger Bacon High School, a Franciscan institution which instilled in him a desire to serve justice in his vocation. After gra...
Practice areas & skills: Employee Benefits, Employment & Labor
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In addition to wages, many employees receive benefits such as health and dental insurance, pension plans, long term disability insurance, 401K plans, and paid and unpaid leave. Employee benefits lawyers will help you understand and negotiate benefits, whether as an employer or as an employee. Employee benefit attorneys can also help negotiate disputes between you and your employer if you have been denied a benefit you believe you are entitled to, or if you've been terminated unfairly.