Marasco&Nesselbush personal injury lawyers

August 2021

five attorneys from Marasco & Nesselbush added to the 2021 Rhode Island Super Lawyers list

Five Marasco & Nesselbush Attorneys Earn Thomson Reuters Recognition As Super Lawyers And Rising Stars

Providence, RI – August 23, 2021 – Marasco & Nesselbush, LLP, a Providence-based injury law firm, announced today that five of its attorneys have recently been selected to the 2021 Rhode Island Super Lawyers or Rising Star list from Thomson Reuters, one of the world’s most trusted providers of information and independent analysis. Super Lawyers, a …

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Marasco & Nesselbush Secures a Huge Victory in the First Circuit Court of Appeals

Donna Nesselbush of Marasco & Nesselbush Secures a Huge Victory in the First Circuit Court of Appeals Allowing Law Firms to Get Paid for Associates’ Legal Work Donna Nesselbush and the Marasco & Nesselbush team recently achieved a huge victory in the First Circuit Court of Appeals over the Social Security Administration in the decision …

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Does COVID-19 financial assistance affect my Supplemental Security Income (SSI) eligibility or payment?

The following information is provided by the Social Security Administration: We determined that, under our rules, COVID-related financial assistance would not affect eligibility for SSI or the monthly SSI payment amount. Specifically, we do not count the financial assistance listed below against your eligibility or payment amount. We are reviewing SSI claims and other SSI records going …

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M&N News Alert: Recent Legionnaires Outbreak in Rhode Island

The Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) is reporting a significant increase of diagnosed Legionnaires’ Disease cases from June 2, 2021, through July 26, 2021. 30 people have been diagnosed with 28 of those diagnosed hospitalized. There has been no common source of exposure identified. (health.ri.gov, July 26, 2021) Legionnaires’ disease outbreaks are serious and …

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