Jonathan Ginsberg

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Atlanta, GA 30338, United States

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Getting the best result when you file bankruptcy: don't file with outdated information [Video]

Are you exhausted from filling out your bankruptcy lawyer's 30 page questionnaire? What a pain to have to revisit this unpleasant place. If you want your bankruptcy to put you on the road to recovery, however, it is…more
| Bankruptcy

Financial Scams Target Struggling Families: Don't Become the Next Victim [Video]

It may seem odd that scam artists will target struggling families for rip-offs, but desperate people often lack clear judgment. In this video I discuss two common financial scams and why they are so dangerous. Hint: there…more
| Bankruptcy

How to Save Your Chapter 13 Case if Your Spouse Files for Divorce [Video]

Chapter 13 budgets are always tight, so what can you do if your spouse decides to file for divorce while you are in the middle of paying your Chapter 13 plan? You'll face many challenges facing divorce and you can be sure that…more
| Bankruptcy

House Oversight Committee Looks Critically at Social Security Disability Decision Making

A House Oversight committee is again looking critically at the Social Security disability process, this time at the approval rates of judges considering claims. SSA is under tremendous pressure to reduce the costs of the…more
| Administrative Law

Do I Need to Hire a Lawyer to Start my Social Security Disability Claim?

Most Social Security disability claimants wait until they are denied before they hire a lawyer. Does this delay make sense? Atlanta Social Security disability attorney Jonathan Ginsberg says "yes." There is usually no reason…more
| Administrative Law, Labor & Employment Law, Personal Injury

Do I Need a Lawyer to Start my Social Security Disability Application?

Social Security disability claimants usually wait until their claim is denied before they hire a lawyer. Does this delay make sense? In many cases it does, says Atlanta Social Security disability attorney Jonathan Ginsberg. …more
| Administrative Law, Labor & Employment Law, Personal Injury

SSDI Hearing Preparation: Practice Answering Questions About Your Physical Capacity

Social Security disability judges always ask claimants to describe their capacity to perform various activities. In cases involving physical impairment, every claimant will be asked about his capacity to sit, stand, walk and…more
| Administrative Law, Personal Injury

If I Win my SSDI Case, When do I Become Eligible for Medicare?

Claimants who are approved for Social Security disability become eligible for Medicare starting at the 25th month after they first become eligible for payment of disability benefits. This 24 month waiting period combined with…more
| Administrative Law, Labor & Employment Law, Personal Injury

Public Bankruptcy Filings may Help Your Cause in a Divorce Battle

Litigants in divorce cases are required to file extensive financial documentation. If that litigant has filed or later files bankruptcy, a second set of financial documents must be filed with the bankruptcy court. Often…more
| Bankruptcy, Family Law

Winning Social Security Disability for an "Invisible" Medical Condition

Social Security will award disability benefits to claimants with "invisible" medical conditions that cannot be objectively documented by radiographic or other definitive medical tests. The key to success with these cases is…more
| Administrative Law, Health, Labor & Employment Law

Rheumatoid Arthritis and Social Security Disability - a Case Study

What does it take to win a Social Security disability claim when your impairment arises from rheumatoid arthritis. In this detailed case study, Atlanta attorney Jonathan Ginsberg explains how he approached and presented an…more
| Administrative Law

Applying the Grid Rules in a Spinal Stenosis Disability Case

This article discusses how one can effectively use Social Security’s “grid rules” (a special set of administrative rules that apply to individuals over age 50 with physical impairments)to win a Social Security Disability claim…more
| Administrative Law

How to Apply the Grid Rules to Win a Social Security Disability Case

This article discusses how you can use the "Grid Rules" to win a Social Security Disability case. In discussing how to apply the Grid Rules, the article uses the condition known as peripheral neuropathy for example's…more
| Administrative Law

Migraine Headaches and Social Security Disability

Those suffering from frequent and severe migraine headaches may lose their ability to work as the condition progresses or worsens over time. If you suffer from chronic migraine headaches and can prove that they impair your…more
| Administrative Law, Health

Connection Between Insecticide Use and Development of Lupus

A new study links insecticide use with an increased instance of autoimmune diseases, such as lupus, in women. This study raises many questions about the many environmental factors that can cause or compound ailments such as…more
| Administrative Law
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