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Uncategorized miscellaneous posts relating to Welt Law’s practice areas.

Watch The 2012 “The People’s Law School”

I am pleased to announce that the recordings of the Nevada Foundation for Consumer Education (NFCE)  2012 production of “The People’s Law School,” the renowned primer on your rights and responsibilities under Nevada law, will be airing in July on Cox Cable Channel 110 in Las Vegas and can be viewed now at the Nevada Justice Association (NJA) website. Click here to be taken to the NJA webpage where the streaming video is available by session. My presentation on Social Security Disability Law is featured in the…
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Are The Social Security Trust Funds Solvent?

According to the 2011 Board of Trustees Report for the Social Security and Medicare Trust Funds issued in May 2011, the Social Security Trust Funds remain relatively stable, although the impact of the recession has resulted in some changes from last year’s report.  The 2011 report finds that, if no action is taken, the Trust Funds will be able to pay 100% of scheduled benefits until 2036, one year earlier than found in the 2010 Report.  Even if no action…
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New Rules Kick In For Social Security and SSI

NEW RULES KICK IN FOR SOCIAL SECURITY AND SSI ON MAY 1 A press release from the National Consumer Law Center: BOSTON, MA − Beginning May 1, 2011, elders, veterans, and the disabled can rest a bit easier as a new federal rule kicks in that will limit creditors’ ability to seize funds from Social Security, Social Supplemental Income (SSI), VA, and other federal benefits held in bank accounts in favor of direct deposit or prepaid cards.  New rules making…
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Has Your Social Security Disability Claim Been Denied?

Las Vegas Social Security Disability and SSI Claims Was your Las Vegas social security claim or SSI claim denied? Contact a Las Vegas Social Security Attorney at the Law Offices of Gerald M. Welt You are disabled if you have physical or mental health problems or a combination of problems severe enough to keep you from working in a regular, paying job for at least 12 months. If you have been denied benefits by the Social Security Administration for Social Security Disability or…
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