Your Social Security Disability Case Is Denied. Now What?

The answer is simple: Talk to a Social Security Disability Attorney. Not just any Social Security Disability attorney though…When Should You Apply for Social Security Disability or SSI? Not before speaking with a Social Security Disability Attorney. One that has

The Future of Social Security

In recent years, Social Security has been under threat of being cut, but, just how much and when the cutting begins seems to be drawing a lot of confusion for people. This confusion has been slowly been transpiring into fear

What Is the Difference Between Social Security Disability (SSDI) and SSI?

There are 2 main differences between Social Security Disability (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI): ⦁ SSDI is available to workers who have accumulated a sufficient number of work credits ⦁ SSI disability benefits are available to low-income individuals who

How long do Social Security Disability Appeals Take?

This is quite possibly one of the biggest (if not the biggest) question that is asked by anyone who is involved in the Social Security Disability appeal process. It is is not easy to answer for the simple reason that

Disability Determination Services and Social Security Disability Claims

There is an agency in every state that employs disability claims examiners who decide the disability claims for Social Security and Medicaid cases for all applicants of that state. All states have at least one office for the disability determination

Social Security Disability Infograph

Here is a helpful infographic supplied by that illustrates some facts about Social Security:

The Truth About Applying For Social Security Disability |Part 4 Of 4| Medical-Vocational Grid

In the final part of “The Truth About Applying For Social Security Disability” medical-vocational rules are looked at. This step follows the RFC assessment to decide whether the disability applicant can work doing their previous job. It is a crucial

The Truth About Applying For Social Security Disability |Part 3 Of 4| RFC Assessment

A key aspect of applying for Social Security Disability is the Residual Functional Capacity Assessment (RFC Assessment). This is used to derive proof of medical conditions that would warrant a successful claim for Social Security Disability. The RFC assessment is

The Truth About Applying For Social Security Disability |Part 2 Of 4| Medical Proof

Welcome to part 2 of The Truth About Applying For Social Security Disability. For a Social Security disability applicant to be considered disabled, individuals must have one of the following types of impairments: Medical Psychological Psychiatric Furthermore, the impairment must

The Truth About Applying For Social Security Disability |Part 1 Of 4| Work History

For those who are looking to apply for social security disability the unfortunate truth is that it can be a complicated process that is affected by many different laws and regulations. If not handled properly, expect to see “DENIED” printed