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We often find that many of our clients really struggle with the feeling that they have lost their productivity and ability to earn an income while being on disability. Most people have worked their entire lives and to find they can no longer do so is emotionally challenging and draining. They want to work, but their disabilities have […]

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What Qualifies As Dire Need For Social Security Disability? Applicants for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) Benefits and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) quickly learn that the process for receiving benefits is significantly backlogged. During this time, many individuals face dire financial situations due to their inability to work. Currently, the average wait time from the […]

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The kinds of Social Security disability benefits you can get depends largely on how many years you have worked and how much you have paid in taxes to the Social Security Administration (SSA). Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is for people who have not worked or earned enough work credits to qualify for disability benefits. SSI […]

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Receiving a payment can be a long process for someone who has recently applied for Social Security Disability, or SSD, benefits. With a mandatory waiting period of five months between the onset of a disability and when payments can begin, many claimants are uncertain about whether they can work and maintain eligibility for benefits at […]

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Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) are provided by the Social Security Administration (SSA) to assist people who suffer from long-term disabilities and are unable to work as a result. Around 10 million Americans apply for these benefits every year, however, hundreds of thousands of claimants are denied based on obsolete jobs. The SSA uses the […]

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People receiving Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits might be afraid to return to work for fear of losing their monthly compensation. This is because SSDI benefits are only awarded to individuals who are too disabled to participate in gainful employment. Fortunately, the SSA allows people to return to work during a trial period without […]

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