N4T Investigators: Insurance Maze: "Joane Hallinan is an attorney who helps people with disability claims and is trying to get Talya a monthly Social Security disability check. Hallinan said, “I would really like to see the insurance company step up and provide her with someone that can walk her through the process.”"
Aug 18, 2016 (Click Here for the Complete Story)
N4T Investigators: Social insecurity: "Hallinan says the agency may not have realized it was paying both of Jon's parents' dependent claims because his mother uses her maiden and married names. Regardless, Jon's ship-out date could be canceled, because the military has regulations regarding debt. Hallinan says the Marines require a recruit's total debt be less than 50% of their annual income. Jon would make $24,000 as a first-year Marine, and has that debt of nearly $17,000."
Oct 16, 2016 (Click Here for the Complete Story)
N4T Investigators: Stunning reactions to young man's fight: "Jon's construction job pays $12 an hour and he says he couldn't pay off the debt before his scheduled Marine reporting date in January. Tucson attorney Joane Hallinan worked Jon's case for free. ”"
Oct 24, 2016 (Click Here for the Complete Story)
N4T Investigators: Benefits backlog: "...Joane Hallinan is an attorney who focuses on disability cases. She says the average wait for an appeal hearing is 18 months. 'We've seen a lot of our clients lose their homes, lose their cars, lose their families," Hallinan said. She attributes the long wait time is due to federal funding cuts that overloaded judges, and, more baby boomers applying..."
Jul 13, 2017 (Click Here for the Complete Story)
N4T Investigators: Amputee gets help: "Joane Hallinan is a Tucson attorney who helps people with disability claims and is trying to get Talya a monthly social security disability check. Hallinan said, “I know that your report got a lot of attention from her insurance provider. I received a call shortly afterwards from the director of her insurance provider, who informed me that they did assign a case manager for her then.”"
Sept 28, 2016 (Click Here for the Complete Story)
N4T Investigators: Lawsuit claims "gross negligence" in fatal crash: "His attorney, Joanne Hallinan, told the News 4 Tucson Investigators, "This accident occurred because the bus driver passed out and lost control of a bus that we have since found had major defects.""
April 18, 2018 (Click Here for the Complete Story)