It’s easy for a claimant who is unrepresented by an attorney to make mistakes and lose their claim. An experienced LTD lawyer can increase their client’s chance of success.read more
The SSA recognizes brain tumors as impairments under two different listings. An applicant who meets the requirements will automatically qualify for disability benefits.read more
Statistics show that an applicant who is represented by legal counsel is more likely to have their claim approved and that the process takes less time.read more
If you are attempting to secure disability benefits from the Social Security Administration or from a private Long-Term Disability insurer you may be wondering how much you can receive and how that total is determined.read more
The SSA recognizes burns as an impairment in its Blue Book, but whether or not an applicant is approved for disability benefits depends on the area of the body burned and the severity.read more
Many people who apply for disability benefits suffer from more than one illness or injury which combined leaves them unable to work.read more
The stated purpose of the Mayor’s Committee for Disabled Persons is “to encourage, assist and enable persons with disabilities to participate in the social and economic life of the City”.read more
People with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) face many challenges when attempting to live independently. Social Security DisabilityHow to Qualify for SSDIHow do I apply?SSDI Disabling DiseasesAppealing a Denied SSDI ClaimTerms the SSA uses to process...read more
Good candidates have back pain caused by one or two vertebral discs in the spine, no degenerative arthritis that affects the facet joints in between individual vertebrae, no previous surgery and no spinal deformity such as scoliosis.read more
Filing a disability claim with the SSA involves navigating a sea of unfamiliar terms and abbreviations. It is always helpful to have a quick reference or “cheat sheet” handy when reading through instructions and forms.read more
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