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Should I Get A Lawyer Before Applying For Disability Benefits?

Submitted by CM on Wed, 12/29/2021 - 12:10

Some studies have shown that being represented by an attorney during the disability claims process can be very beneficial. Some reports indicate that individuals with legal representation are twice as likely to have their claim approved.

So if you are unable to work because of a medical condition, you should consider enlisting the help of a disability attorney.

Top Questions About Social Security Disability

Submitted by CM on Wed, 12/29/2021 - 11:21

If you suffer from an illness or sustained an injury that has kept you out of work, you might have one or more questions about a federal government program that provides Social Security disability benefits.

Managed by the Social Security Administration (SSA), Social Security disability acts as a financial safety net for Americans that can no longer work due to a prolonged illness or injury. Although the program gives workers much-needed financial help, it can produce questions that make the process of obtaining financial assistance difficult to do.

How is the Social Security Disability Income Amount Determined?

Submitted by CM on Wed, 12/29/2021 - 10:51

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) offers a safety net for American workers that can no longer fulfill their financial obligations.

The program requires you to meet several strict criteria that include demonstrating you suffer from a qualifying medical condition. If you pass the stringent tests applied by the Social Security Administration (SSA), you might have a common question on disability benefits that an attorney can answer.

How Social Media Can Affect Your Social Security Disability Claim

Submitted by CM on Wed, 12/15/2021 - 22:38

If you have a disability you may not want to admit it to your family and friends so you may decide to downplay your disability on your social media platform. You may then feel more at ease.

However, if you wish to qualify for a disability benefit it is not unusual for the Social Security Administration (SSA) to pry into social media accounts as they are open for anyone to access. It is far better to avoid mentioning your disability on your social media platforms so you can protect your right to a social security disability benefit.