Social Security and You Newsletter

Social Security & You: Spring 2014

Message From Attorney Crawforth  DON’T LIKE OBAMACARE? WAIT UNTIL YOU SEE SNYDERCARE! As many know, in addition to representing disabled people before the Social Security Administration, I represent those injured at work before the Board of Magistrates of the Worker’s Compensation Agency. This practice area has become much tougher since Governor Rick Snyder took office.  … Read More


Social Security & You: Fall 2013

Message From Attorney Crawforth OBAMACARE SET TO TAKE EFFECT The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare, takes effect January 1, 2014. Open enrollment begins October 1, 2013. Plans and prices will be available then. Open enrollment closes March 31, 2014. A visit to www.healthcare.gov/ will give you information regarding the Healthcare… Read More


Social Security & You: Spring 2012

From the Office of Attorney William Crawforth ENTER TO WIN TIGER TICKETS The Detroit Tigers are defending American League champions & the presumptive favorite to win the Central Division for the third consecutive year. With returning MVP & triple crown winner, Miguel Cabrera, and 2012 MVP, Justin Verlander, leading the way, Attorney Crawforth will be… Read More


Social Security & You: Fall 2012

From the Office of Attorney Crawforth Download Social Security & You Newsletter Fall 2012 SECRET ALJ POLICYTO BE REVERSED? As reported in the Spring 2012 issue of SS&Y the Social Security Administration began keeping the identity of the judge at hearings before the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) a secret in December 2011…. Read More


Social Security & You: Fall 2011

Message From Attorney Crawforth SOCIAL SECURITY & YOU FALL 2011   SOCIAL SECURITY JUDGE ISSUE CUTS BOTH WAYS The Wall Street Journal article from 5-19-11 regarding Huntington, West Virginia SS judge, David B. Daugherty certainly caused quite a stir. In case you missed it, ALJ Daugherty had issued 729 decisions since the fiscal year began… Read More