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Do I need a Disability Lawyer?



Do you suffer from an injury or disability that disrupts your ability to work or function properly? Social Security Disability Benefits are given to citizens who cannot work due to their illness or injury. Depending on where you are in the claims process, it may be time to hire a disability lawyer to get you […]

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Types of VA Disability Claims and When to File



Whether you are on active duty or a veteran, if you have a service-related disability you may qualify for disability benefits through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. You are eligible to file a claim for your disability up to 180 days before leaving the service. Some disabilities from your duty do not appear right […]

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DO YOU HAVE A MENTAL HEALTH CONDITION? YOU COULD POTENTIAL QUALIFY FOR SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS



Mental health conditions can be as severe as physical health conditions and should be treated equally. These mental conditions can prevent the victim from holding a stable job or income. Do you or a loved one have a mental health condition that inhibits them from working? If so, they may be eligible for social security […]

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If I am an American citizen but live or move outside the U.S., can I qualify for Social Security disability benefits?



Both Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) are disability programs that offer financial benefits for those who qualify. SSDI is made available to those who have worked and accumulated enough time to qualify for social security. On the other hand, SSI is available low-income individuals who have not worked due to […]

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How Social Security Disability Benefits Are Calculated



Social security disability benefits are calculated based on the average lifetime earnings you made before your disability. How severe your disability does not affect your benefits. Most SSDI recipients receive anywhere between $700-1,700 a month. In 2018 the average SSDI recipient receives $1,197 monthly. What is SSDI Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is calculated by […]

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