Category Archives: ssdi

12 Nov

Congressional Bill May Speed Up Veterans’ Disability Payments

For the millions of disabled veterans who are applying for disability benefits, there is hope of faster processing times for their payments.  The Recovering Service Members Disability Benefits Act (HR 6445), a bipartisan bill proposed by Reps. Glenn Thompson, (R-PA) and Dave Loebsack (D-IA), would eliminate the customary five month waiting period between the claim

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16 Oct

The High Cost and Low Availability of Health Insurance and Its Effect on SSDI

Another important factor in people’s decision to apply for Social Security disability benefits is the decreased access to health insurance.  As employer-sponsored insurance programs deteriorate and private policies become more expensive and unobtainable, some workers apply for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) for eventual Medicare benefits.  SSDI beneficiaries may qualify for Medicare after two years,

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02 Oct

How Does Workers’ Compensation Affect a Disability Claim?

Workers Compensation will not affect the merit of your claim. While your workers’ compensation settlement may have an impact on your SSDI award, it does not affect the merit of your disability claim.  In other words, it does not have a negative impact to your claim. How does my worker’s compensation settlement affect my disability

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04 Mar

Social Security Disability: The Differen…

Social Security Disability: The Difference Between SSI and SSDI?  Which One Do I Need? By:  Disability Group (www.socialsecuritylaw.com) The Federal Government provides two different benefits for Americans who become disabled and are no longer able to work.  Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is for workers who have paid into the Social Security system through payroll

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02 Feb

How to Prove Pain in a Social Security Disability Case

What is the Social Security Administration trying to do in my disability case? The Social Security Administration’s main goal is to decide whether you are able to work, doing either your past job or any type of job. Does the Social Security Administration (SSA) consider the pain I am in when deciding whether to award

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28 Jan

SSDI Benefits for Family Members

Once you are approved for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits, certain members of your family may also be entitled to payments; auxiliary benefits may be available for your spouse, your former spouse, and your children. Auxiliary Benefits for Your Spouse Your spouse may be eligible for payments upon your award of SSDI benefits, if

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24 Jan

Social Security Myths EXPOSED!! Disability Group Inc Reveals The Truth About the Social Security Claims Process

Applying for Social Security disability benefits can be intimidating and time-consuming. Understanding how the system works can be the difference between winning or not winning your disability benefits.  Disability Group reveals common Social Security disability myths and misconceptions. Myth: The Social Security Administration denies everyone the first time they apply for disability. This is absolutely

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