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Ritacco Disability Law
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If you are disabled and unable to work you may not be aware you could be entitled to receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI). The SSI process can be confusing, frustrating and stressful. A SSI disability attorney can remove the burden from your shoulders. Contact us today.
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If you or a loved one suffers from bipolar disorder, the mental instability that typically accompanies the condition can make it difficult to find or maintain employment. If your condition has prevented you from being able to work for a period of 12 months of more, find out which benefits you may qualify for.
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Don’t let a denial of benefits prevent you from receiving the Social Security benefits you need. Contact the Law Office of Lisa M. Ritacco for a no-obligation FREE initial consultation today.
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Depression is a common affliction that affects many people at one time or another during their life. If you are unable to work because of depression, you may be entitled to receive Social Security disability benefits for depression. Learn more.
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The Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) is a federal law that regulates many of the important specifics of employer-sponsored healthcare plans. If you have suffered an illness or injury that has prevented you from returning to work in the same capacity as before, ERISA regulations play a large role in determining how you get benefits. Becoming familiar with the act is an essential first step in submitting a successful claim that allows you to focus on your health without stressing about work.
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Our lawyers can guide you through the complex process of qualifying for Social Security Disability benefits, even if you have already been turned down. We offer a FREE consultation, and there are no attorney fees unless we win your case.
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If you’ve just been approved for Social Security or SSI benefits, you may also be eligible for back pay (also called retroactive benefits). Your eligibility for back pay will depend on three key factors. Find out if you qualify.
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People suffering from epilepsy may apply for benefits under either SSD (Social Security Disability) or SSI (Supplemental Security Income). Which program you qualify for will depend on your work history and the amount you have paid into Social Security through payroll taxes. Learn more.
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A disability attorney can help you produce the evidence you need to successfully obtain Social Security benefits for migraines, including medical and employment records, statements from co-workers or supervisors, and lists of medications you are taking to combat your symptoms. Lisa M. Ritacco can help you to identify and obtain any crucial evidence that might not be included in your medical file.
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Applying for Social Security disability benefits for HIV/AIDS can be a difficult process. The Social Security Administration grants AIDS disability benefits based on the degree of limitation the disease causes — not on the diagnosis itself. Learn more.
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