Past Newsletters and Firm News

Here we have archived past versions of our newsletter, The Sentinel. You can read past newsletters and other firm news. Stay up to date with The Injury and Disability Law Center and signup for our monthly newsletter!
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  • October 2020 Newsletter This month, personal injury attorney Jeremy Worley shares 5 tips to maximize your claim for pain and suffering if you have been injured in an accident.
  • Law School With A Whole New Meaning Law school has a new meaning for us as we've converted some office space into a classroom for staff's children. Simple Facebook post to state-wide news story!
  • September 2020 Newsletter A few months ago Jeremy shared some changes COVID-19 has had on PI cases, so this month I thought I’d do the same thing for Social Security disability claims!
  • August 2020 Newsletter 3 steps to recovering lost wages after an accident, lasting impacts of the deepwater horizon oil spill, and the most famous art heist you’ve never heard of!
  • July 2020 Newsletter The Fourth of July is just around the corner and we are really looking forward to it. However, we know that this Fourth is going to look pretty different.
  • June 2020 Newsletter Jeremy Worley shares a few tips for maximizing your personal injury claim during a Coronavirus world and discusses how small changes cap pay off big for you!
  • May 2020 Newsletter Is Social Security Disability right for you? Josh Worley shares a reality check in the face of job loss and COVID-19 in this months edition of The Sentinel.
  • Jeremy Worley Interviewed on Roswell Business Podcast Jeremy Worley is interviewed by Donovan Fulkerson on The Roswell Business Podcast which features businessmen and women from the Roswell, NM area.
  • April 2020 Newsletter In this edition of The Sentinel, Josh Worley explains how you can figure out your social security benefit amount in 4 easy steps.
  • We Remain Operational During The COVID-19 Pandemic Our law firm remains fully operational and dedicated to our clients during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here's the safety measures and precautions we have in place.