Most people know Social Security as a federal program that provides retirement income. Another important part of the social insurance provided by Social Security is for people who suffer disabling injuries that prevent them from working in whole or in part. The Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) programs are designed […]Learn More
If you have a disability keeping you out of work, you likely checked your eligibility and applied for disability benefits. It is important to remember that state agencies commonly deny applicants’ first submission. After a denial, you have the opportunity to begin the appeal process. There are no requirements to have legal representation in disability […]Learn More
As we provide for ourselves and our families, life sometimes tosses us curveballs in the form of debilitating injuries or emotional difficulties that leave us unable to work and with substantial medical costs. The government created the Social Security Disability Insurance program many decades ago to fill financial gaps created from being put out of […]Learn More
If you file for social security disability benefits or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and your claim is denied, you may have questions about how you can proceed. Here some of the next steps you can take and some of the options you still have available to you. Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability […]Learn More
Understanding how to apply for disability in Michigan is the first step toward getting the benefits that you need and deserve. Federal SSI and SSDI programs can provide you with hundreds of dollars a month to help you manage your regular living expenses such as food and housing. What is SSI and SSDI? Supplemental Security […]Learn More
The Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits program was created for the purpose of supplying people with disabilities — whether temporary or permanent — with a source of income while they are unable to work. How do I qualify for SSDI? In order to qualify for the reception of SSDI benefits, an individual has to meet certain […]Learn More
The Social Security disability insurance (SSDI) program provides compensation to workers’ who are no longer able to perform their job duties because of an injury. If you are out of work because of an injury, you may be wondering if you qualify for Social Security disability. Not all job-disrupting injuries qualify workers for SSDI benefits — you […]Learn More
Are you wondering if you can file for Social Security disability benefits? Below, our legal professionals explain what you need to know about the SSI process and how to obtain the benefits you are entitled to. How Do I Get Social Security Disability? You can obtain Social Security disability through the following programs: Social Security Disability […]Learn More
In most cases, as long as you are paying your taxes, you have SSDI coverage according to the Social Security Administration. It may, however, not be simple to collect. Working for yourself has several advantages, but it can be tricky to ensure your benefits when you don’t have the protection of an employer. As a […]Learn More
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