Can Social Security Disability Help Your Client?

Sponsored by the Social Security Disability Section of the Delaware State Bar Association

Tuesday, March 23, 2010 • 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. (Please bring brown bag lunch)

Live in New Castle County at
Delaware State Bar Association, 301 N. Market St., Wilmington, DE

Live in Kent County via Simultaneous Broadcast at
Community Legal Aid Society, Inc., 840 Walker Road, Dover, DE

2.0 hours CLE credit for DE and PA attorneys (includes 1.0 hour Enhanced Ethics Credit)


The first hour will describe how Social Security disability works; the requirements for receiving disability; why Social Security disability should be considered in Workers’ Compensation cases, Personal Injury cases, Alimony and Custody cases.


The second hour will discuss ethical issues of Social Security disability, including whether an attorney has a duty to discuss Social Security disability with their clients; when to have that discussion; what information the attorney needs to disclose when applying for disability benefits; what problems the client may encounter if he or she applies for both disability benefits and unemployment benefits.


Steven Loyd Butler, Esquire

Linarducci & Butler, PA

Michael J. Goodrick, Esquire
Michael J. Goodrick, P.A.

John S. Grady, Esquire

Grady & Hampton, LLC

Gary C. Linarducci, Esquire

Linarducci & Butler, PA

Angela Pinto Ross, Esquire

Doroshow Pasquale Krawitz & Bhaya

Karen Yvette Vicks, Esquire
Law Office of Karen Y. Vicks, LLC


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