Liner Legal Blog

Medical Professionals of the Month: Neighborhood Family Practice

Neighborhood Family Practice (NFP) has been proudly serving the Cleveland community since 1980. Their mission? "To partner with the community for everyone’s health by providing health care services regardless of ability to pay; treating patients with compassion,...

How to See the Glass Half Full: Tips from Life Coach, Joan Nosal

"Those who think they can and those that think they can't are both right."Henry Ford Joan Nosal is a lifelong entrepreneur and has worked as a premarital facilitator and coach for more than 20 years. In 2010, she expanded her business to include life coaching and...

Letter from the Founder: Donuts and Disability

I have been getting two questions a lot these past few months from those who follow our active social media channels.  These questions are: 1) “Last year you were promoting weight loss and healthy living, and this year you are running around Ohio promoting donuts—what...

How I Became a Disability Lawyer – Michael Liner

Attorney Michael Liner has been a disability lawyer for years. He started Liner Legal in 2013 and his practice has grown rapidly ever since. But how did Michael get to that point? What led him down the road to becoming one of the most well-known disability lawyers in...

Local Find: Two Café & Boutique

The Two Café & Boutique isn’t your ordinary coffee shop. Opened in January 2015 by Shari Hunter, this local café has a greater purpose- providing real, integrated, work experience for individuals with disabilities. The inspiration? Shari’s son Derek. When Shari...

Four Tips for Disability Exams

In a previous article, Attorney Michael Liner discussed Consultative Examinations, also known as Disability Exams, and what to expect going into an appointment. In this article, Michael Liner gives four specific things to keep in mind when going in for a disability...

Why I Love Being a Disability Lawyer

We get the opportunity to change lives every day. When clients come to Liner Legal after having been denied social security benefits, they’re scared, they’re panicked, they’re frustrated, and they’re worried about keeping a roof over their head or food on their...

Local Find: Clean Eatz

The Clean Eatz concept was born in Wilmington, North Carolina from bodybuilding couple Don and Evonne. Originally focusing on the bodybuilding industry, they wanted to help fellow competitors cut back on cooking time while still getting all the necessary proteins and...

In the Community: Beyond Our Boundaries

Beyond Our Boundaries opened its doors in Canton, Ohio in January of 2001. The concept of Beyond Our Boundaries evolved after a series of past experiences by founder Debra Shumard. For fifteen years, Debra taught ballroom dancing to senior citizens, as well as couples...