Disability Lawyer Blog
It’s hard to keep up with all the issues that affect the lives of people with disabilities. We hope that you will find the following news items helpful.
The Social Security Administration has specific conditions related to qualifying for disability benefits while experiencing symptoms of Myofascial pain syndrome.
Does my family qualify for child SS disability benefits? Appealing for benefits is best done under the guidance of an experienced disability lawyer. Can a disabled child or the child of a disabled parent get disability benefits? Author Attorney Greg Reed: When an...
Can a spouse get SSDI benefits? Appealing for benefits is best done under the guidance of an experienced disability lawyer. If you are collecting Social Security Disability Insurance, you may be entitled to additional benefits for your family members. Author Attorney...
Some who suffer from HIV / AIDs disease qualify for long term and Social Security Disability but many are unfairly denied. Call 512-454-4000 for help Today!
For people with disabilities, who experienced challenges in navigating their lives even before the pandemic, the effects of COVID-19 have been especially harsh.
Alcohol Dependence and Qualifying for Disability Benefits Appealing for benefits is best done under the guidance of an experienced disability lawyer. Can I get disability benefits if I am suffering from the effects of Alcoholism? Author Attorney Lloyd Bemis: Alcohol...
If you suffer from a Mental Illness you may qualify for disability benefits. The SSA has specific conditions to qualify for issues like depression and anxiety.
The SSA recognizes diseases that cause paralysis such as brain tumors and stroke. Also accidental trauma to the brain or spine are included in this listing.
The difference between Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income explained by Austin Texas Law Firm Bemis, Roach & Reed.
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