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
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
Filing for disability can be a time consuming and arduous process. This fact can cause people to make errors when filing for disability. These errors can lead to an application being denied. Some people have applied multiple times and have been denied multiple times as well. So, what can a person who has applied and … Continue reading What Can You Do if You Have Been Denied Disability Twice?
Children diagnosed with an "intellectual disorder" may be eligible for SSI to help pay for special education needs and/or medical treatments. Social Security income is designed to help any family with low income pay their bills. Having a child with special needs can be very labor intensive and create extra costs. SSI may be able … Continue reading Disability for Children with Learning Disorder or Developmental Delay
This is a question that comes up all the time. In this article we will go over what long-term disability and social security disability are and then describe how they are different. SSDI - is disability coverage offered through the government. The program, which you pay into your entire adult working life, provides you with … Continue reading Long-Term Disability vs Social Security Disability – What You Should Know
During this pandemic, most every business and entity have shut down to prevent the spread of the virus. Many businesses have simply scaled back their activities while still offering customer service. This goes for many government agencies as well. People with disabilities who rely on government assistance are especially vulnerable in times like these. Fortunately … Continue reading How Covid-19 is Affecting Social Security Disability
Sometimes it helps getting back to the basics. In this blog we want to describe what social security disability benefits are and where they come from. We will be covering disability only and not SSI benefits which are available to low-income or people with little or no work history who do not qualify for SSDI. … Continue reading The Basics of Social Security Disability Benefits
According to the Pittsburgh Post Gazette, the new proposed changes to federal disability assistance would likely result in millions of more case reviews and in the process would cut off many disabled recipients. The federal government is accepting public comments on this matter until the end of the month. Some speculate these changes could affect … Continue reading Proposed Disability Changes Could Affect Disability Payments for Many
85 years ago, the Social Security Act was created. The goal of this Act was to financially assist senior citizens in their retirement years by creating a general fund. This brought up the question of who else needed benefits. People disabled from an injury were clearly the most in need of this type of program. … Continue reading History of Social Security Disability Benefits