Blog Posts and Articles

Sep
15
2020
The state of Colorado makes it very clear – there are many consequences to a felony conviction, both while incarcerated and for a lifetime.
Aug
25
2020
Life is full of surprises – and not always the best kind. An accident or condition that leaves thousands of Coloradans unable to work each year is one of them. If you become disabled, it is important to focus on your health and get the treatment you need.
Jul
07
2020
Both Social Security and Social Security Disability Insurance are authorized to pay applicants retroactive and back benefits. But often these are confused and applicants lose out.
Jun
23
2020
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is available to working people who have become unable to work because of a physical or mental disability.
Jun
09
2020
Colorado has a voluntary program that allows recipients of Social Security Disability and Supplemental Income benefits to try out employment without jeopardizing your current benefits.
May
26
2020
A summons is different from a warrant. In Colorado, a summons permits defendants to voluntarily appear in court at a specific date and time rather than go through the traumatic and often humiliating process of arrest.
May
12
2020
At the Law Offices of John Anderson, we work hard to defend our client’s rights and clear their names. If you or a loved one has been arrested, detained or charged with a crime in Colorado, contact criminal defense lawyer John today at (303) 880-7994 or online to schedule your initial consultation.
Apr
21
2020
At the Law Offices of John Anderson, we work hard to defend our client’s rights and clear their names. If you or a loved one has been arrested, detained or charged with a crime in Colorado, contact Brighton criminal defense lawyer John Anderson today at (303) 880-7994 or online to schedule your initial consultation.
Feb
18
2020
SSDI and SSI are not the only programs for people with disabilities. Here are some of the other types of social security disability programs.
Feb
04
2020
It’s often said that death and taxes are the only sure bets in life, so you can’t blame people for wondering if their Social Security benefits will be taxed. For people who rely on these benefits as their only source of income, like disabled people who can no longer work, it’s important they understand exactly how much money they are receiving each month and whether it will be taxed.