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How Do Social Security Survivor Benefits Work?

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The death of a loved one is traumatizing for numerous reasons. Those left behind must mourn the loss of emotional support, their loved one’s company, and the dreams they shared. On top of that, the death of a loved one often puts enormous financial stress on those who survive. If a widow, widower, child,… Read More »

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What Are the Most Common Reasons for Social Security Disability Claims?

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Per the Social Security Administration, there are nearly 10 million people receiving Social Security disability benefits. This includes disabled workers, disabled widows and widowers, and disabled adult children. Across this population, you’ll find a wide array of diagnoses and health issues. However, there are some diagnoses and injuries that come up again and again… Read More »

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Can You Collect Social Security Disability Benefits for Chronic Pain?

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Chronic pain is a condition that can leave victims emotionally and physically exhausted. It’s no surprise that many Social Security applicants cite chronic pain as their reason for seeking benefits, as chronic pain often leaves people too physically sore and mentally tired to maintain any sort of productivity. However, proving pain can be a… Read More »

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Does Traumatic Brain Injury Qualify for Social Security Disability?

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Traumatic brain injuries are relatively common in the United States, with about 1.5 million people reporting new injuries each year. TBIs vary significantly in severity and prognosis, which can make it difficult to file for SSD/SSI benefits or otherwise get the financial support you need. While some traumatic brain injuries heal in a matter… Read More »

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Are Kids with Learning Disabilities Eligible for Social Security Benefits?

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When your child is diagnosed with a developmental disorder or learning disorder, you may wonder how you can best support them as they grow throughout childhood and prepare for adulthood. Depending on your family’s financial circumstances and the extent of your child’s disabilities, they may qualify for Supplemental Security Income. This program, managed by… Read More »

Social Security Disability Claims

Non-Medical Requirements for Social Security Disability Claims

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Whether you’re applying for Social Security disability benefits or Supplemental Security income, the medical requirements are extensive. In many cases, the medical requirements are what lead to the denial of a claim. However, there is a lot to consider beyond the medical aspects of a disability application. You’ll also need to ensure that you… Read More »

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What to Expect After Your Social Security Disability Claim is Approved

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You’ve made it through the grueling application process and your SSDI application has been approved. Now what? Knowing what to expect after you receive that approval letter can help you plan for your financial future. If you’re still in the middle of the application process or you’ve received a denial letter, we can help…. Read More »

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How Social Media Activity Can Impact Your Social Security Disability Claim

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Like millions of other people, you might rely on Facebook, Instagram, and other social media platforms to stay connected to loved ones and make new friends. Social media is particularly helpful for those with serious disabilities, as it offers a barrier-free way to connect with people. For example, while someone with disabilities might not… Read More »

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Getting Social Security Disability for Bone Fractures

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Bone breaks can cause agonizing pain and limit your independence, but since most fractures heal relatively quickly, it can be difficult to get SSD payments after a bone fracture. However, if you’re unable to work because of a broken bone, you deserve the payments that you have contributed to throughout your career. Learn more… Read More »

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What is an ABLE Account?

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Family members and friends of disabled individuals often feel like their hands are tied when it comes to supporting their loved ones. If they give them cash for bills or pay for their food, that spending counts as income and must be reported to the Social Security Administration. If they don’t provide that financial… Read More »

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