SS disability benefits continue for as long as a person is disabled. However, there are some circumstances under which they may stop paying those benefits.read more
Many people apply for SSDI each year, but only 35% of initial applications are approved which means 65% of applications are initially denied.read more
The Social Security Administration added a new impairment listing in 2017 under which a person with PTSD may qualify for Social Security Benefits.read more
Though the SSA does not list essential tremor specifically as an impairment in its Blue Book, it does acknowledge the effects of the disorder. Read More.read more
Long term disability claims evaluated by insurance companies can be denied for any number of reasons, even in cases where a disability is clearly evident. An ERISA LTD attorney explains. Social Security DisabilityHow to Qualify for SSDIHow do I apply?SSDI Disabling...read more
If I am suffering from a chronic illness, should I quit my job or keep trying to work? A difficult decision with many complicated and critical factors. Social Security DisabilityHow to Qualify for SSDIHow do I apply?SSDI Disabling DiseasesAppealing a Denied SSDI...read more
The SSA recognizes autism spectrum disorder as an impairment in its Blue Book. An applicant who meets the requirements may qualify for disability benefits.read more
An invisible disability is a mental, physical, or neurological condition that limits a person’s mobility, senses, or activities and is not obvious to other people.read more
Some disability payments are free of income tax and there are special deductions and tax credits available to disabled people and their caregivers.read more
Accessible Housing Austin! is a nonprofit founded in 2005 by a group of advocates who recognized the critical need for affordable housing for people with disabilities.read more
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