Disability benefits exist to help cover the costs of living for those who are unable to work due to severe disabilities and impairments. While disability benefits are awarded by the Social Security Administration (SSA), a federal program, there can be variations in benefits from state-to-state.
In our last blog, we discussed the application interview portion of the claims process, namely, what the SSA is trying to understand during the interview. In this blog, we’ll be
Throughout the process of applying for disability, there are a number of steps to consider. One of the most stressful portions for any claimant is the application interview process. You
People apply for Social Security Disability Benefits every day, more than can ultimately be approved for benefits. Furthermore, the economic uncertainty of Social Security makes approval an even more challenging
There are, or can be, several stages to the process of securing Social Security Disability benefits. First, there is the initial filing of your claim, filing an appeal if claim is denied, and if that appeal is denied, then filing for a hearing before a judge.
Social Security disability benefits are available to those who are unable to work due to illness or injury. If you’re considering applying for Social Security disability, you probably have questions