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The Significance of Pain in SSD

For those who are suffering from chronic pain, there is little that words can do to describe to another person what it is like. Unfortunately, when you are dealing with the Social Security Administration you need to use your words to convey your pain. But for many, those words don’t seem like they are enough. […]

The Difference Between SSI and SSD

When you suffer from an injury or illness that makes it difficult or impossible to work then it can feel like your whole world is ending. Thankfully the government understands that people in your shoes need their support, especially after spending a lifetime paying taxes on your income. But, unfortunately, it can be an overly […]

Social Security Disability for Those Over 50

As we get older, our bodies become less reliable and resilient. Unfortunately, this can mean that diseases or conditions that didn’t concern us much when we were younger are now much more serious issues to be considered. For many, it isn’t until after the age of 50 that they really start to feel the effects. […]

Long Covid and Social Security Disability

For those who caught COVID, there was quite a range of reactions. Some people showed almost no effects at all, while the illnesses crippled others. Many people found themselves falling somewhere in the middle, with symptoms that seemed like a bad flu: coughing, fatigue, fever, shortness of breath, aches, and the like. Unfortunately, this period […]

Do I Need an Attorney to Apply for SSD?

You do not have to work with an attorney in order to apply for Social Security Disability. There is nothing in the rules that require an attorney to be present during any portion of the application process; nor is there anything that requires an attorney during the appeal process. However, we believe that it would […]

Can I get SSD if I am 100% Disabled with the VA?

Social Security Disability benefits are meant for those who have been disabled through injury or illness. So long as you have paid enough into your Social Security taxes through working then you could be eligible for SSD benefits. VA disability compensation is reserved for those who were injured or suffered some kind of physical or […]