The Special Needs Alliance (SNA) has recently named Jeff Yussman as President. The SNA is an invitation only, national nonprofit association of attorneys who serve individuals with disabilities and their families. Among the criteria of SNA membership is relevant legal experience in the fields of disability and elder law, and the active participation with national, state and local disability advocacy organizations.
The July edition of Bar Briefs published article, “Estate Planning specialists share insights on special needs, elder law,” which featured a section on Jeff Yussman and Yussman Special Needs Law. Click here to read the full article.
Talk is cheap. But in this instance, our Firm believes it is important to go on the record and be counted. We reject racism, bigotry, prejudice and violence. Click below to read Yussman Special Needs Law and Wyatt’s position on racism, justice and equality in today’s world.
It is our pleasure to welcome new attorney, Seth Todd, to Yussman Special Needs Law. Seth earned his Bachelor’s in Business Administration in Marketing in 2015, and his J.D. from the Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville in 2018. Previously, Seth has worked as a Financial Advisor and Legal Strategist for ARGI Financial Group, where he developed and coordinated the implementation of estate plans for clients, advised on estate and financial matters for all clientele with special needs considerations, and educated financial advisers on estate and special needs planning techniques to better serve clients. Welcome, Seth!
The Special Needs Alliance (SNA) has recently named Jeff Yussman as President-Elect. The SNA is an invitation only, national nonprofit association of attorneys who serve individuals with disabilities and their families. Among the criteria of SNA membership is relevant legal experience in the fields of disability and elder law, and the active participation with national, state and local disability advocacy organizations.
We have received reports about fraudulent phone calls from individuals impersonating Social Security employees, including Ticket to Work Help Line staff.
The callers have masked their phone numbers as the Ticket to Work Help Line’s phone number. If you receive this fraudulent call, you may hear a recorded message that states that your benefits will end or that your Social Security Number will be suspended. The call then prompts you to “press 1” to connect to a live person. Do not press 1. Instead, hang up.
If you suspect you have received a scam call, you should report the details of the call to the Social Security Administration’s Office of the Inspector General at 1-800-269-0271 or online at https://oig.ssa.gov/report. The Office of the Inspector General at the Social Security Administration, offers tips to protect yourself from scams. You can review these tips at https://oig.ssa.gov/newsroom/scam-awareness.
Social Security’s Ticket to Work Program
Call the Ticket to Work Help Line
1-866-833-2967 (TTY) Social Security’s Ticket program supports career development for people ages 18 through 64 who receive Social Security disability benefits (SSI or SSDI) and want to work.