Social Security is changing. These changes affect not only the disabled their spouses and their children but also beneficiaries who receive SSI and retirees.read more
The biggest challenge in getting SS Disability benefits for a fall is the disability must last 12 months or longer and prevent you from working.read more
The short answer is possibly - it depends on the type and severity of your injury and whether you meet Social Security’s other eligibility requirements. Social Security DisabilityHow to Qualify for SSDIHow do I apply?SSDI Disabling DiseasesAppealing a Denied SSDI...read more
There is no listing for carpal tunnel SSA’s Blue Book, however, you may be approved if your condition equals the criteria of an impairment that is listed.read more
If your claim for disability benefits was denied but your medical condition or financial situation has changed, you may now be eligible for benefits. Social Security DisabilityHow to Qualify for SSDIHow do I apply?SSDI Disabling DiseasesAppealing a Denied SSDI...read more
The SSA denies approximately 65% of initial claims for SS Disability. There are many reasons why this happens, even when an applicant’s claim is valid.read more
The SSA recognizes Cirrhosis in its Blue Book. To qualify for disability a person must meet the requirements of the listing or prove they are unable to work.read more
The SSA recognizes Parkinson’s Disease in its Blue Book. To qualify for disability a person must meet the requirements of the listing or prove they are unable to work.read more
Anyone can be at risk for suicide but for the disabled life can be particularly challenging. Suicide prevention begins with recognizing the warning signs and taking them seriously.read more
If you are receiving disability benefits you may have to pay taxes on those payments. If you are receiving Social Security or Long Term Disability benefits, you may be wondering how it will affect your taxes. Taxes can be complicated, and the information provided here is only intended to act as a guide.read more
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