The Hartford may send an investigator to interview the claimant and may ignore medical evidence contrary to that of their own medical experts. It’s so important to have a lawyer with LTD experience.read more
Everyone needs a break from their routine, and travel can be just as enriching for a person with physical and/or mental limitations, although it may require some extra research and planning.read more
Support people are needed to allow the disabled to remain in their homes instead of living in an institution, but there is an increasing shortage of caregivers.read more
Northwestern Mutual approves more disability claims than they deny, but the company looks for very specific information in medical records to determine disability.read more
In addition to its original meal delivery program, Meals on Wheels has added several other programs to help the disadvantaged including: breakfast meals, meals for kids, county meals for those in rural areas.read more
The Social Security Administration recognizes muscular dystrophy as an impairment in its Blue Book under Section 11. You must meet both the health and work requirements.read more
Two trends seem to be responsible for the rise in homelessness in Austin: A shortage of affordable rental housing; and an increase in poverty.read more
H.R. 4547: Strengthening Protections for Social Security Beneficiaries Act of 2018. Welcome news for disabled individuals, providing critical protection of their Social Security benefits.read more
Appealing a termination of disability benefits is complicated and confusing and is best done under the guidance of an experienced disability attorney.read more
Statistics show that disability claimants are twice as likely to have their claim approved at a hearing if they have an attorney. Social Security Disability How to Qualify for SSDI How do I apply? SSDI Disabling Diseases Appealing a Denied SSDI Claim Long Term...read more
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