Potter, Cohen & Samulon is pleased introduce our new Social Security – Disability Attorney Wendy Pfau. Wendy joined us August 20, 2018 with 10+ years of experience. She received her J.D. in 2007, was admitted to the California Bar in 2008 and is an active member of the Los Angeles County Bar Association.
NOSSCR SAN FRANCISCO October 19, 2018 Attacks on attorneys now run the gamut from cyber bullying and data breach to battery and even death. Often times, the worst behavior is associated with mental illness of one form or another. We use terms such as “that person is crazy, “that’s bipolar,” and “that’s schizoaffective,” uncritically, interchangeably […]
Social Security is a vast empire. As of March 12, 2018 the Social Security Administration was headless. It hasn’t had a confirmed director in five years, and now it doesn’t even have an acting chief. Social Security provides benefits to more than 60 million Americans and affects almost every family. The Social Security Administration’s acting […]
SPEAKER: Joshua Potter, Esq. TOPIC: Changes in Social Security Law: You’ve Got To Be Kidding! DATE: Monday May 14, 2018TIME: 12:00 o’clock noon (until approximately 1:30 p.m.) PLACE: University Club of Pasadena, 175 North Oakland Avenue, Pasadena, CA 91101;Telephone – 626-793-5157; www.universityclubpasadena.com COST: $40.00 for everyone (Cash in U.S. currency or checks payable to the ‘Pasadena Bar Association‘ and payable at the door. NO […]
Changes are coming! With the 2018 new year, the Social Security Administration is bringing some changes. Most immediate for recipients of disability or retirement, there will be a 2% cost of living raise (COLA), beginning in January. This is the largest percentage raise since 2012 (that year it was 3.6%); however, according to the AARP, […]