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Nebraska Man Accused of Lying to Social Security

Submitted by Kyle on

As Social Security seems to be facing continuing serious financial crisis, there is just no room to be paying out on fraudulent Social Security Disability claims. Unfortunately, fraudulent claims do not seem to be disappearing anytime soon. In fact, a new case was recently reported in which an Ogallala, Nebraska man was indicted by a Federal Grand Jury for lying to the Social Security Administration. Exactly what did this man lie about and what harm has he done?

President Obama Helps Elk River Woman Receive Benefits

Submitted by Ram on

One woman’s persistency earned her not only the Social Security benefits she had waited years for, but the intervention of the President of the United States.

Lois Dare is a cancer survivor who struggles with diabetes and heart problems. Several times a day, Dare has to be hooked to an oxygen tank to compensate for the damage to her lung, leaving her undoubtedly unable to stay employed.

How to Apply for Disability with Leukemia or Lymphoma

Submitted by Ram on

Leukemia is a type of cancer that affects more than 40,000 people annually, and for which there is no known cure. It occurs when blood cells in the bone marrow, their place of production, grow out of control. There are four common types of leukemia based on which type of cells are affected, whether myeloid or lymphoid cells, whether acute or chronic, and whether it occurs in mature or immature cells. The most common type which affects adults is acute myeloid leukemia; more than 12,000 people a year are diagnosed.

Duluth Man convicted of Social Security Disability Fraud

Submitted by Ram on

Fraud is a big problem which plagues the Social Security Administration (SSA)’s Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) program – a crime which the federal government continues to prosecute with heavy fines, prison time, and probation. Some people who commit Social Security Disability Insurance fraud succeed in receiving undeserved funds from the SSA for a matter of years before they are caught, as in the case of a Duluth man who was recently convicted.