Blevins Social Security Lawyer, Arkansas

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Social Security, Workers' Compensation, Personal Injury, Administrative Law
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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Finley v. Astrue

270 SW3d 849 (2008). Amy FINLEY o/b/o Herself and WF, A Minor Child, Petitioner, v. Michael J. ASTRUE, Commissioner, Social Security Administration, Respondent. No. 07-627. Supreme Court of Arkansas. January 10, 2008. Kenneth E. Buckner, Pine Bluff, for appellant. ...

Finley v. Farm Cat, Inc.

... [1] In a related matter, Amy filed for "child insurance benefits" from the Social Security Administration on behalf of Wade III and was denied benefits by the Appeals Council. She appealed the denial to the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas. ...

Jackson v. Jackson

... Third, appellant contends that the trial court erred in ordering the division of appellant's civil service retirement benefits, in not taking into account the amount appellant might have drawn if participating in the social security retirement system, and in not making in effect an equal ...