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In Small-Town America, Social Security Disability benefits are often about more than just the individual's receiving the benefits; they're about the places they live, and the businesses they spend their money at. Click the link below to visit our blog and read about the ripple effect disability has on small towns.

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Many people who are considering filing for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits are worried about the cost of hiring someone to represent them. And rightly so: Sometimes, hiring a professional is a very costly - out of many people's budgets.

So, how much does it cost to hire a disability advocate? Click the link below to visit our blog and read more.

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If you are seeking Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits, you know how important medical documentation is to the strength of your case. When it comes to getting supporting evidence from your doctor, what is going to be most effective?

Click the link below to visit our blog and read more about what's most effective!

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If you are disabled and considering applying for Social Security Disability benefits, you may have questions about the application process. And you may be wondering if you need to work with a disability advocate - or whether you can handle this on your own.
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When it comes to applying for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits, are older workers more likely to get approved than younger workers?

The answer, in general, is yes.

Click the link below to visit our blog and read more.

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Are you disabled and unable to work? If so, you are probably dealing with a great amount of stress and anxiety about your condition and how it affects your ability to work. If you are considering seeking Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits, you may also have concerns about the strength of your claim.

How strong is your disability case? Click the link below to visit our blog and read more.

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A question we hear often from clients and potential client: "What am I supposed to do for income if I am disabled and can't work, and how am I supposed to pay my bills?"

The truth is unfortunately simple: there is no easy answer, and it can potentially be a very difficult and trying time while waiting for a disability claim to be approved. We often encourage clients to seek out help from family members when possible, and look into public assistance if and when they qualify. Even still, it can be difficult to make ends meet-especially when the time frame for disability decisions can take longer than two years.

But now it could be even harder to make ends meet with the possible loss of food stamp assistance. Click the link below to visit our blog and read more.

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A common question about Social Security Disability benefits is whether a worker can receive retirement benefits from another source and still receive SSD payments. Some workers may have heard that the Social Security Administration reduces SSD benefit payments when a beneficiary receives income from other sources such as pensions, 401ks, and employer-provided disability insurance.

Click the link below to visit our blog and read more about SSD and pensions.

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Applying for Social Security Disability benefits isn't an easy process. It not quick, either. There are endless forms, questionnaires, and requirements. And, at the end of it all, the likelihood that a claim will be approved is slim. In fact, the majority of Initial Applications for disability are denied.

But what if your claim took TWENTY years to be awarded? Click the link below to visit our blog and read more about this case.

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We recently blogged about the wait times for Miami disability claims--almost a two year wait for hearings. Other places with similar wait times include Columbia, South Carolina; Brooklyn; Cincinnati; Dover, Delaware; Greensboro, North Carolina; and Rochester, New York. All of these have an average wait time of 20 months. But what about everyone else?

Click the link below to read our new article regarding ALJ hearing wait times.
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