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Is Your Child Entitled To Disability Benefits For ADHD? Part 1: Characterizing The Condition

The Sullivan Law Office focuses on the fact that every application for social security benefits is unique to the individual. The Sullivan Law Office may provide valuable assistance during the long and sometimes stressful gathering of personal information and medical evidence involved in the application process. Applicants should understand every necessary detail before they file

Is Your Child Entitled To Disability Benefits For ADHD? Part 1: Characterizing The Condition2017-09-12T23:59:23+00:00

What Do SSI Disability Attorneys Charge For Handling Your Case And What Costs Are Involved?

  This video addresses what SSI Disability Attorneys typically charge for handling your case. The fee is 25% of back pay, up to a maximum fee of $6000.00. No fees are taken from monthly checks. Contracts of employment are called fee agreements and must be in writing. There are several forms the SSA

What Do SSI Disability Attorneys Charge For Handling Your Case And What Costs Are Involved?2017-09-08T22:10:13+00:00

Need An SSI Attorney? How Inflating Job Duties Can Ruin Your Chances Of Getting Benefits

  This video discusses the specific ways an applicant for disability benefits may improve the odds of receiving benefits, and how the accuracy of describing a claimant's job may be helpful. Job skills may prevent the application of laws that may help win your case. So were you really a manager, or a

Need An SSI Attorney? How Inflating Job Duties Can Ruin Your Chances Of Getting Benefits2017-08-25T07:52:29+00:00

The Sheltered Work Exception To Substantial Gainful Activity

An experienced disability attorney may ensure that any applicant fully takes advantage of the rules intended to help individuals obtain eligibility for disability benefits. Do you have a potential disability claim? To improve your chances of meeting all of the requirements for the allowance of a claim (and avoiding the denial of benefits), retain the

The Sheltered Work Exception To Substantial Gainful Activity2017-08-22T16:47:02+00:00

Substantial Gainful Activity And Disability Cases

The central inquiry underlying whether an individual is disabled is his or her capacity to engage in "Substantial Gainful Activity" (SGA). For the non-blind disabled, the concept of SGA applies to Social Security (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. SGA for blind individuals does not apply to SSI. Simply, if an individual is able to

Substantial Gainful Activity And Disability Cases2017-08-21T11:40:34+00:00

Social Security Disability Law: How Long Until You Receive Benefits?

  This video blog addresses how long it will take to receive benefits once it is established that you are eligible for disability benefits. Many applicants when preparing to file for social security disability benefits find the whole system confusing and wonder how long it will take to start receiving benefits once a

Social Security Disability Law: How Long Until You Receive Benefits?2017-08-18T22:52:06+00:00

Do I Have Enough Earnings? Social Security Work Credits

Every application for social security benefits is different. Each application involves the lengthy and arduous collection of personal information and medical evidence during the application process. It's important to understand all of this as it unfolds before the Social Security Administration (SSA) determines eligibility. The assistance of an experienced disability attorney may be crucial to

Do I Have Enough Earnings? Social Security Work Credits2017-08-15T20:15:25+00:00

Why You Should Act Fast After You’ve Been Denied Your SSI Disability Claim

  This video blog is about the importance of acting quickly after your disability claim has been denied. Seventy percent of all SSI and SSDI claims are denied after the first application. The time to appeal this decision is limited! The typical time frame to appeal is 60 days. Immediately after your claim

Why You Should Act Fast After You’ve Been Denied Your SSI Disability Claim2017-08-11T21:17:29+00:00

What’s The Difference Between Social Security Advocates For The Disabled And Social Security Disability Lawyers?

 What are Social Security Advocates for the Disabled, and how are they different from social security disability lawyers? Here are a few differences:An attorney must earn a Juris Doctorate degree and pass the state bar. A non­attorney advocate does not. Attorneys are bound by professional conduct rules and ethical obligations, as well as the

What’s The Difference Between Social Security Advocates For The Disabled And Social Security Disability Lawyers?2017-08-03T23:58:44+00:00

New Research Claims SSDI Is Especially Important To Less-Educated Workers, Part 1

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) provides important, albeit modest, benefits for individuals with medical impairments that are severe and of extended duration who no longer have the ability to support themselves through gainful employment activity. Recent research indicates that SSDI is notably vital to workers who are high-school graduates or less. The Long Reach of

New Research Claims SSDI Is Especially Important To Less-Educated Workers, Part 12017-07-05T05:55:55+00:00