Know the facts about filing for Social Security Disability or appealing your disability case before you file. All of the forms and what is needed in your case can be found on this website.
Get understandable answers to the most frequently asked questions about Social Security Disability and Medicare. Find out where and how to get legal help with your Social Security disability or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) claim.... Read more
Gain an understanding of the definition of disability as defined by the Social Security law and see how working while disabled may be allowed when applying for Social Security or Supplemental Security Income disability benefits.... Read more
This overview of the Social Security Disability program explains who may qualify to receive benefits, how the process works, how much you'll receive and when.... Read more
What do all the abbreviations and initials mean? ALJ is an Administrative Law Judge. When you file a hearing appeal, the ALJ decides whether or not you are disabled. CE is a Consultative Examination. You may be asked to take one to confirm the extent of your disability. CSRS is the Civil Service Retirement System, […]... Read more
Learn when Social Security Insurance law allows disabled adult children and disabled widows, widowers, and divorced spouses to get benefits based on their parents’ or deceased (former) spouse’s work record. Get information about the basic requirements that must be met in addition to disability.... Read more
Learn how you can get any of the kinds of Social Security disability benefits when your disability is not permanent and see why it can be a good idea to apply for benefits even though you expect to recovery from your disability.... Read more
Learn how you don’t have to be completely incapacitated to get Social Security disability and how you can to work for pay even while receiving benefits.... Read more