Disabled people who are not able to work can apply to receive benefits from the Social Security Administration. Sometimes the injury or disability is permanent and the condition worsens over time. This can leave the individual with the realization that they may never be able to work again. However, for others, conditions do improve and … Continue reading Social Security Disability Trial Work Period
If a person is in need of Social Security Disability benefits, they are probably in no condition to take on the rigorous process required to qualify. The simple fact is that many millions of people apply for benefits every year and the administration only has 60,000 employees to handle all of these claims. They look … Continue reading What Can a Disability Attorney Do for Me?
Florida has a large population. It is estimated that Florida is home to almost 22 million people. Many of those people live in one of the four metropolises: Miami, Jacksonville, Tampa and Orlando. Our office is just outside of the Orlando area and we handle cases from in and around that city. In the United … Continue reading Disability Law – Now Serving Orlando
We have all seen the videos over the years of the insurance investigator or private detective following a person who has filed a claim. The video is "gotcha" in nature and it shows the supposedly injured person lifting heavy objects over their head and moving around just fine. The SSA may, on occasion, employ investigators … Continue reading Does the Social Security Administration Conduct Surveillance?
As with any facet of life, being properly prepared for a moment greatly increases the efficiency of achieving the objective. This holds true for your first meeting with a social security attorney as well. In this article we will provide a checklist of items you should bring when meeting with your attorney for the first … Continue reading What to Bring to Your First Meeting with a Social Security Attorney
Your injury or other disability has made it impossible for you to work or only allows you to work some and not earn enough money on which to live. So, you have made the decision to file for full or partial disability. What are some good things to know before starting this process? In this … Continue reading Things that You Can Do to Help Your Disability Claim
Arthritis is a degenerative disorder which affects many people. In fact, in the United States 23% of people suffer from arthritis. That's 54 millions people. Arthritis can affect the sufferer to various degrees. Most people take medicine for their arthritis and are able to cope. But for a minority of arthritis sufferers, it is overwhelming … Continue reading Can I qualify for Disability with Arthritis?
A large portion of the American workforce performs most or all of their works tasks on a computer. Years of computer use can lead to a very painful condition in the arm and wrist called "carpal tunnel syndrome". This insidious syndrome is caused by the wear and tear of the wrist and the pathway in … Continue reading Does Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Qualify as a Disability
Disability benefits are available for people with hearing loss. They are available for people who can still work but are limited by their hearing loss as well as for people who cannot work due to their hearing loss. If you are working you can qualify for benefits under Social Security Disability Insurance benefits (SSDI). If … Continue reading Can I Receive Disability for Hearing Loss?
Veterans of wars endure physical and mental trauma. When they come back to the United States, they may be unable to work because of injury sustained while deployed. Sometimes, Social Security Benefits may be their only option to receive sufficient income. More Comprehensive Benefits There are systems in place to help Veterans with physical and … Continue reading Military Veteran Options for Disability