Nothing is more frightening than getting a denial letter from the Social Security Administration when you are disabled and cannot work. Unfortunately, this happens to
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Personal Injury claims can be complex. You’re not an expert, and you shouldn’t have to be to get help! We put a lot of effort into helping demystify the process of being rightfully compensated for an injury that was not your fault.
The primary difference between Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is that SSDI is an earned benefit while SSI is intended for low-income
Denial of Social Security disability claims is not uncommon. In fact, over half of all first-time disability applications are denied by the Social Security Administration.
Navigating the waters of the Social Security Administration’s requirements can be a challenge that requires help to accomplish. If you plan to apply for SSDI
ERISA (the Employee Retirement Income Security Act) is a federal law established in 1974 that sets minimum standards for pension, health, life and disability insurance plans offered
Applying for Social Security Disability Insurance benefits can be a long and stressful process. When you’re trying to recover from a major injury and you