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Multiple Sclerosis Support Group Meeting

Multiple Sclerosis Support Group Meeting

On Saturday, July 16, 2016, Attorney Lyle B. Masnikoff and paralegal Karen Krasnitsky attended a Multiple Sclerosis Support Group Meeting in Wellington, Florida. The president of the group invited Mr. Masnikoff and Ms. Krasnitsky to speak to the group about Social Security Disability.

The MS support group consisted of a wide range of individuals who are personally touched in some way by multiple sclerosis. The group asked our Social Security Department to come and speak with its members so they could be educated on how the Social Security process works and what to expect. We were able to answer their questions and give them some tips on how to make the process as smooth as possible
from initial filing to preparing for a hearing with a Judge.

We also discussed the listing for Multiple Sclerosis which is evaluated under 11.09 and its requirements along with the importance of their doctor’s placing limitation on them through a RFC (residual functional capacity form). It was such a pleasure meeting with this group of individuals and coincidentally we ended up learning more about Multiple Sclerosis and the exceptional assistance the Multiple Sclerosis Society provides to
individuals suffering from this disease.

The Law Offices of Lyle B. Masnikoff and Associates, P.A. has attended several meetings with various groups to discuss the impact of the Social Security Disability and Florida Workers’ Compensation laws. We have gone to Union meetings, Churches, Chambers of Commerce, and many other community outreach programs to educate the community. If you or your organization would like us to speak about workers’ compensation or Social Security Disability laws, please do not hesitate to contact us at 877-817-4127.

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