Chi-ey Asset Recovery Services, LLC
On how to receive compensation for the illness
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POST TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER AMONG ATHLETES
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Minor League Players - This one is for you!
Many former athletes suffer "PTSD" without knowing it. We are focusing on bringing
awareness to this illness to help the affected
NOTE: THESE BENEFITS ARE AVAILABLE FOR ALL GENRES OF SPORTS - BOTH MINORS AND MAJORS.
BASIC REQUIREMENT - "HAD SOME KIND OF CALIFORNIA CONNECTIONS AS A PLAYER"
The following note on this page is just part of the protocol we have to follow on our advertising - Please understand the attorney will not allow you to file a false or fraudulent case anyway.
Note: Making a false or fraudulent workers' compensation claim is a felony subject to up to 5 years in prison or a fine of up to $50,000 or double the value of the fraud, whichever is greater, or by both imprisonment and fine.
HOW "PTSD" CAUSED /AFFECTS ATHLETES
BRUTAL TRAINING AND HEARTLESS
RELEASES COULD BE PART OF THE CAUSE.
NO Recovery - NO Charge
Both for our services as an advocate and as a counselor - We are not attorneys*
CASH ranges 30G to 100G plus - Is it too good to be true?
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Surprise! Minor league players can receive workers’ compensation benefits as high as a Major league player making 20 million dollar
Minor league players in all sports will be surprised to learn that they very likely qualify to receive as high a level of workers’ compensation benefits as Major League players. That is because, in particular State(s), the minimum weekly amount a worker must earn in order to qualify for the maximum level of money benefits is relatively low. The minimum amount varies, depending on when a player retired but, even for a player who retired in 2015, it is low: $435.00 a week. If a player retired much earlier than in 2015, then the minimum is even lower. For purposes of an illustration, let’s assume a minor league player in 2015 is earning only $350.00 a week. Could he qualify for maximum benefits - Very likely. "It doesn't matter how long ago you have retired"
We have found it particularly gratifying to assist minor league players because the attorneys are often able to obtain cash awards for them that exceed the total amount they made throughout their careers.