Are you wondering how your work history impacts your SSDI benefits case? Discover how your professional past impacts your eligibility and explore the age-based categorizations that could influence your case. To learn more about the impact of your work history on your SSDI benefits case, watch this short video.
Are you or someone you know struggling with degenerative disc disease and seeking Social Security disability benefits? In this video, we unravel the essential aspects of these conditions and how they relate to qualifying for disability benefits. From MRI tests to specific medical records, we'll guide you through the key elements necessary to strengthen your case. To learn how to ensure your disability claim stands strong, watch our short video.
Does Social Security deny disability benefits to save government money? Some people have this belief that the Social Security Administration may, at times, prioritize cost-saving over ensuring that those in need receive the benefits they deserve. What’s the truth about this, and how does the government actually decide disability benefit claims? To learn the answer to these questions, watch this short video.
In this blog and video, we discuss how to win a Social Security disability case dealing with gastrointestinal issues, specifically focusing on irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and related conditions like colitis and Crohn's disease. These conditions can be challenging, but there are key strategies that can make a significant difference in your case.
Many Illinois parents who live with disabilities may struggle to provide for their children. Fortunately, if disabled parents are eligible to receive Social Security Disability benefits, their children can also qualify for SSD benefits. These dependent’s benefits may continue until a child turns 18. If a child meets certain criteria, benefits may even be available after that point.
Read expert insights on how strokes can impact your eligibility for disability benefits. Our video explains the three sets of requirements set by the Social Security Administration to qualify for benefits after a stroke.
Do you know what the social security disability duration rule is? In this video, we discuss the Social Security 12-month duration rule, which dictates the timeframe you must be off work to qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits.
Do you have congestive heart failure or other underlying heart condition? If so, you may be eligible for SSD Benefits. What types of heart issues qualify, and what you should know? Learn about the application process and requirements for SSDI.
The social security administration has finally realized the seriousness of TBI. In 2016, the SSA added the diagnosis to its "blue book" list of conditions that are eligible for social security disability benefits. Read the blog and watch our short video to learn more.
One often overlooked reason that SSD applications are denied has little to do with the extent of the disability. Instead, these applications are denied because the applicant chose to represent themselves, rather than hire a social security disability attorney. While hiring a disability attorney isn’t required, doing so can vastly improve the chances that you are approved for benefits.