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What Should You Not Say In A Disability Interview

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When you’re gearing up for a disability interview, it’s crucial to be mindful of what you say. This interview is a key step in your journey to secure disability benefits, and your words can significantly influence the ou...

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How To Get Medical Records For My Disability Application

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Preparing for your disability application is a crucial step in ensuring a smoother process, especially given the lengthy wait times for approval and appeals. One of the most essential elements of this preparation is gath...

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Can They Take Away My Social Security Disability Benefits?

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Navigating the complexities of Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) can be challenging, especially when faced with the possibility of your benefits being suspended. Understan...

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Can You Get Married On Disability?

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Marriage is beautiful and complicated, especially when it comes to the legalities surrounding it. Yes, you can get legally married while on disability benefits, but it's important to understand how marriage might affect ...

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Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy: Is CTE A Disability?

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Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) has recently become a major topic of concern, especially among former athletes and military personnel. This brain condition, resulting from repeated head injuries, raises significan...

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Immune System Disorders and Social Security Disability

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Around 50 million people in the U.S. have an autoimmune disorder, with women making up 80% of this group. While many autoimmune diseases can be managed with treatments, allowing people to work and live normally, some ...

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Is Epilepsy A Developmental Disability?

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Epilepsy is a disorder of the brain that triggers seizures. These seizures, distinct from those caused by temporary conditions like high fevers, manifest differently from person to person due to various causes and seizur...

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How Long Does a Disability Appeal Take With a Lawyer?

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Did you know that around 65 percent of initial disability applications get denied? If you're one of the many applicants facing this setback, you may find yourself wondering about the time it takes to appeal for disabilit...

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Fighting For Recognition: Invisible Chronic Illnesses

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As we approach October, it's essential to recognize National Invisible Chronic Illness Awareness Week, a time to shed light on the challenges faced by individuals battling physical or psychological ailments that aren't i...

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Does POTS Qualify for Disability Benefits?

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Many people wonder if Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS) can make them eligible for disability benefits. This blog post aims to answer this question and dive into the world of POTS syndrome. We'll learn abo...

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Disability Pride Month 2023: Promoting Everyday Inclusivity

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The ADA, a significant law passed on July 26, 1990, has helped improve the rights of people with disabilities in the United States. This landmark law known as the Americans with Disabilities Act, prohibited discriminatio...

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How To Celebrate Disability Pride Month

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Still in 2023, it can be incredibly difficult to fight for proper care and support for a disability. It is important, however, to recognize the care, rights, and accomplishments that we have as a result of the Americans ...

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Does A Stroke Qualify For Disability?

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Each year in the United States, just shy of 800,000 people suffer from a stroke. This serious medical event occurs when the blood supply stops due to a clot or bursts due to a weakened blood vessel. Less than 10% of t...

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Autism Awareness Month: What is Autism Inclusion?

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Simply put, autism inclusion is the practice of designing activities that feel safe and welcoming for people on the autism spectrum. This is a crucial step in helping to de-stigmatize autism, promote acceptance, and educ...

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What You Can Do For World Health Day 2023

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On April 7, 1948, the World Health Organization was established to handle all health affairs within the United States. Over the years this organization spread to other countries with the mission of promoting good health ...

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    When do I apply for Social Security disability?

    Our Social Security disability lawyer in charge of your case will work tirelessly to determine what went wrong. Our Social Security attorneys will then refile your claim, making sure everything is in order. Our Social Security lawyers will not stop until you are successful in claiming the benefits you deserve. Read More

    You have to have been disabled, or expect to be disabled, for at least one year to be eligible. So, if you expect to be out of work for one year or more on account of illness or injury, you should file for Social Security disability benefits. Read More

    To apply for Social Security disability benefits, you will need to complete an application for Social Security Benefits and the Disability Report. You can also print the Disability Report, complete it and return it to your local Social Security office. Read More

    Cases are generally handled on a contingency basis. That means the representative receives a fee only if you win your case. Normally the fee is 25% of your back benefits and must be approved by Social Security. Read More

    You do not have to wait until the workers’ compensation ends, and you should not wait that long. Read More