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Helpful Assistance Information for those with Disabilities

A collection of information to assist in improving the quality of life for those suffering from the effects of accidents or illness.

Homelessness and applying for Social Security Disability Benefits

People who have a disability and are also homeless have the same rights and privileges as individuals who are not experiencing homelessness. The Social Security Administration participates actively in the United States Interagency Council on Homelessness (USICH) in efforts to reduce and end homelessness.

Homelessness and applying for Social Security Disability Benefits

People who have a disability and are also homeless have the same rights and privileges as individuals who are not experiencing homelessness. The Social Security Administration participates actively in the United States Interagency Council on Homelessness (USICH) in efforts to reduce and end homelessness.

Homelessness and applying for Social Security Disability Benefits

People who have a disability and are also homeless have the same rights and privileges as individuals who are not experiencing homelessness. The Social Security Administration participates actively in the United States Interagency Council on Homelessness (USICH) in efforts to reduce and end homelessness.

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Homelessness and applying for Social Security Disability Benefits

People who have a disability and are also homeless have the same rights and privileges as individuals who are not experiencing homelessness. The Social Security Administration participates actively in the United States Interagency Council on Homelessness (USICH) in efforts to reduce and end homelessness.

Homelessness and applying for Social Security Disability Benefits

People who have a disability and are also homeless have the same rights and privileges as individuals who are not experiencing homelessness. The Social Security Administration participates actively in the United States Interagency Council on Homelessness (USICH) in efforts to reduce and end homelessness.

Homelessness and applying for Social Security Disability Benefits

People who have a disability and are also homeless have the same rights and privileges as individuals who are not experiencing homelessness. The Social Security Administration participates actively in the United States Interagency Council on Homelessness (USICH) in efforts to reduce and end homelessness.

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s and symptoms of your neurological disorder, you are seriously limited in the ability to independently initiate, sustain, and complete work-related physical activities (see 11.00G3). You may have a marked limitation in your physical functioning

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s and symptoms of your neurological disorder, you are seriously limited in the ability to independently initiate, sustain, and complete work-related physical activities (see 11.00G3). You may have a marked limitation in your physical functioning

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Questions about Disability

What disabling diseases and conditions qualify for disability benefits?
There is a listing of impairments, commonly called “The Blue Book”, which provides eligibility criteria for every aliment recognized by the Social Security Administration. More ->
How do you apply for SSDI?
Applying for Social Security Disability Benefits is a long process, but it is important to take the first step. There are several ways to begin your application. More ->
Do I qualify for Disability?
The requirements for collecting SS disability can be divided into two categories: financial and medical. Austin Social Security Disability lawyers Bemis, Roach & Reed can ensure all your critical evidence is presented to give you your best possible chance for a favorable outcome. More ->
What happens if the SSA denies my claim?
Most applications are denied initially but that doesn’t mean you cannot get disability benefits. Don’t give up. The appeal process may be confusing but with help can be navigated successfully. More ->
What will happen at my hearing?
During your appeal of a denied Social Security Disability benefits application, you can request a hearing in front of an Administrative Law Judge. This judge is in charge of the hearing and will determine whether you should in fact receive SSD. More ->
Should I hire a Social Security Disability Lawyer?
There are many reasons why those who hire professional representatives tend to be far more successful than individuals attempting to file their claim alone. More ->
How much does a disability lawyer cost?
For those already struggling financially hiring an SS disability attorney can seem impossible. Luckily attorneys and the SSA have set up a system that allows the disabled to hire legal assistance that most find very reasonable. More ->
How much can I receive in benefits?
The amount of SSD benefits received varies from person to person. SSDI benefit payments are made monthly based on your age and average lifetime earnings. For 2018 the average disability benefit amount is $1,197 with a maximum amount set at $2,788 per month. More ->
Do I have to go to the SSDI lawyer’s office to apply?
People with disabilities often have mobility – travel issues and frequently live in rural areas far from an experienced disability lawyer’s place of business. Is it possible to get help regardless of where you live? More ->

Partner Greg Reed speaks of the immense difficulty of being disabled and how Bemis, Roach and Reed can be of assistance in these very challenging circumstances.
Mr. Reed points out that a client’s first reaction to receiving a devastating rejection letter typically is to appeal the decision immediately without providing any new information which will only cause them to be rejected once again. At times like these, Mr. Reed explains, they really do need legal guidance.

The Social Security Administration defines disability as the inability to engage in substantial gainful activity due to an impairment or combination of impairments. The impairment(s) must be expected to last for at least 12 months. Monthly earnings below an amount set by the SSA (the SGA) will not disqualify a claim.To be considered disabled, a person must prove that he or she cannot perform his past work and also is incapable of performing other types of employment.


Bemis, Roach & Reed has helped clients who are disabled from a wide variety of medical conditions. If you are unable to work due to any of the following conditions and have been denied disability benefits, contact us. We would like to help.

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