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case manager review
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Shy 
TongueI'm in omaha ne.,and i've been 100% disabled for 9 years can i hire my own case manager to review my case and try to get a settlement or i want to increase my costs so they will settle or something.Please help thanks
Thanks everyone yes i'm ssdi,w/c this forum is great!
 
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#2
Don't think you can, but not a 100% sure.

I think when your 100% disabled you get a check every month till you die. This is like your settlement.

Are you still getting a check?
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#3
Hi Gary, and Welcome to the Forum! I am Assuming You are Totally Disabled by w/c and the Social Security Administration, Correct? If so, You can Hire an Attorney at any Time to try and Settle Your W/C Case, but if it's SSDI You are Speaking of, there are no Lump Sum Settlements, only Cost of Living Allowances when They are given to Us! I am in Pa., and Neither Side here Ever has to Settle, and I am also Totally Disabled and on W/c and SSDI. I have Turned down an Offer, but have not Received another, and I am still in Litigation with w/c and My Employer! I Hope this has Helped, at the Top of the Page there is a "State Info." Tab that May be able to Help also! My Very Best to You!!Wink
 
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#4
yes.
usually work comp professionals that manage claims for others and negotiate settlements are called "attorneys".
but there is no law against using "case managers" at your own expense.
Reminder :
........Each state has their own comp system; POST YOUR STATE to get accurate information. Use the search feature to find information from similar questions.
THANKS FOR POSTING.
 
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