What happens if you are injured suddenly or contract a serious illness and are unable to work for an extended period of time? What should you do first?
There are differences in eligibility requirements, application process, and compensation, but perhaps the most important distinction is the way the two agencies define “disability.”
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.
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.
Many people who apply for disability benefits suffer from more than one illness or injury which combined leaves them unable to work.
Appealing a termination of disability benefits is complicated and confusing and is best done under the guidance of an experienced disability attorney.