workers Compensation | The Family and Medical Leave Act is a federally mandated set of laws providing employees of most companies with 12 weeks annually of unpaid leave if they need to deal with serious medical or personal problems. This act only applies … Continue reading
Vaughn Clauson is a US Air Force veteran, and an experienced disability attorney. Vaughn is a board certified specialist in Social Security disability law and has dedicated his career to representing the disabled. Vaughn and his associates have represented thousands of clients, and have experience with any type of disability claim.
Vaughn offers personal and compassionate service to his clients.
Vaughn has written 76 articles on this site, here are some of the links to his posts.
Personal Injury | Reaching a settlement in a personal injury case often requires months of depositions, document requests, court appearances, interrogatories and negotiations. Your personal injury attorney has put in much time and effort to help you get the personal injury case settlement … Continue reading →
Social Security Disability | If you are receiving supplemental security income from the Social Security Administration, your SSI is evaluated every month to determine if you are still eligible to receive SSI. Although receiving a state or federal tax refund usually doesn’t interfere with … Continue reading →
Social Security Disability | The Social Security Administration modified its listing of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) from a separate disorder to a neurodevelopmental disorder. This change encompasses a wider variety of medical conditions to facilitate receiving SSI disability benefits. In addition, the SSA … Continue reading →
Social Security Disability | The Social Security Administration adheres to the diagnostic criteria established by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control regarding chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS). Anyone applying for social security disability benefits for chronic fatigue syndrome must prove they have suffered at least … Continue reading →
Uncategorized | Back injuries and problems can leave anyone unable to do their job. However, not everyone qualifies for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) on their back problems alone. Back problems are the most cited disability the Social Security Administration will see … Continue reading →