Even after you've begun receiving your benefits, it's always good to review what happens after a denial. All of our claimants are up for review at some point, where the SSA will ask for more information to make sure you... Learn More
Many calls we receive are those who are up for review wanting more information or needing assistance.The following is helpful for those just starting on their claim and also those who at the stage of appealing during their review. As... Learn More
Have you been considering applying for disability (again) or know someone who is eligible? Please share these tips with them. No matter where you are in your case, or even if you have been approved, knowing the following is important.... Learn More
When you apply for your social security disability benefits, one important thing you should know is that there are two types you may be eligible for-- Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplement Security Income. An important part of the process is knowing what... Learn More
Wednesday, March 30, 2016, Social Security is hosting a National Disability Forum in Washington, DC, but you can be heard! The forum will be from 1:00-3:00pm (EST) and there is still time to vote for questions you would like to... Learn More
According to reports, there are individuals who are posing as Government officials and sending texts to several Social Security disability applicants and beneficiaries. They may be trying to obtain personal or financial information. "Patrick P. O’Carroll, Jr., Inspector General for the... Learn More
This week's post is dedicated to YOU, because we know that going through a disability claim can bring about some emotions that aren't very pleasant. We wanted to brighten your day a bit and show you that even animals... Learn More
As representatives, we are asked a lot of questions. The big one is, "Will I get approved?" Here are the 7 best ways to make sure you stay on track to getting there. Medical evidence. As is the case with... Learn More
Tax season is fast approaching. Are you ready? There are programs the IRS has set up to address any challenges, especially for those with disabilities. The IRS provides many tax services that help all taxpayers – and those with disabilities often find... Learn More
In most cases, claimants will receive their disability award for many wonderful years. Once they've finally received their disability, the last thing anyone wants to experience is having their benefits stop. Yet, there are certain reasons why payments may cease and be taken... Learn More
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