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Announcement

Non-English Speaking SSDI Qualifier on Chopping Block

As we all know, the Social Security Administration has a lengthy and complex process to determine a claimant’s eligibility to receive disability benefits. They weigh many different factors, including whether or not a claimant speaks English. The purpose for this consideration is to gauge communication skills in order to determine the claimant’s employability. If the…

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Beware of Scammer Calls!

Across the country there have been reports of scam calls from the Social Security Administration. Well actually not from SSA, but from scammers posing as SSA employees. These scammers are trying to trick us into giving them our personal information, like our social security number and bank account number. Recently, these scammers have become even…

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Undocumented Immigrants and Healthcare

Many believe that much government spending is allotted to undocumented or illegal immigrants for benefits and resources like the ones granted to U.S. citizens. Programs exist that provide resources like healthcare, education, and housing and nutrition assistance to citizens who cannot afford these services from a private vendor.   Some undocumented immigrants would fall into…

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How to Navigate the Goss and Fentress Client Portal

The Goss and Fentress Client Portal is a great way for clients to keep in touch with their legal team.   This is how the portal works, to get started: You will receive a link to the client portal via email or text message. The link will bring you to the portal where you will…

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A Good Day for Our United States Constitution

Almost four years ago, Goss & Fentress answered the call put out by the National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives (NOSSCR) for volunteer attorneys to rescue disabled people in Eastern Kentucky. Decent people were caught up in a scandal that had reached epic proportions. As it turned out, one attorney, Eric C. Conn, and…

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New Health Coverage for Adults Beginning in 2019

Virginia’s Medicaid Program is rolling out new health coverage for adults. This program aims to be of good quality and low-cost for adults ages 19-64. This new healthcare coverage offers doctor, hospital, and emergency services including; primary, specialty, and preventative care; prescription drugs and medical supplies; lab and x-ray services; maternity and newborn care; home…

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Virginia Medicaid Expansion, Healthcare, and the Vote

Virginia Medicaid Expansion – Open Enrollment Starts Soon! Earlier this year, Virginia voted to expand Medicaid to roughly 400,000 more qualifying applicants. The open enrollment period starts next week, on Thursday, November 1st. If you were previously ineligible for Medicaid coverage, please check the new guidelines. You might find that you now qualify. Potential applicants…

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Introducing the Goss and Fentress Client Portal

We are excited to announce that on September 30, 2018 we will be launching the Goss & Fentress Client Portal. You may have received a letter from us with an explanation of the benefits of the Goss & Fentress Client Portal, and steps on how to set up your account. Also enclosed was a brief…

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Choosing The Right Senate Candidate

As the 2018 Virginia Senate race between Democratic  Senator Tim Kaine and Republican challenger Corey Stewart heats up, the Goss and Fentress team strongly encourages you, our client, to remain familiar with each party’s candidates and their views on current issues. We also recommend that you to pay close attention to views surrounding healthcare and…

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John Goss Assists More Eric Conn Clients

This week, Eric Conn pleaded guilty to conspiracy to defraud the Social Security Administration, conspiracy to escape, and conspiracy to retaliate against a witness.  This will add another 15 years to his previous sentence of 12 years for his involvement in a SSA fraud scheme that began in 2011.  More than 3500 of his former…

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