Fighting Diligently to Provide You

With The Benefits You Deserve

Blog

Why is My Social Security Disability Case Taking so Long?

Why is there so much difference in processing times between different claims? In this blog, I will explore that issue and explain the Social Security Disability/SSI process.

Read More

Three Biggest Issues Facing Social Security

Social Security pays out benefits to roughly 60.5 million people each month. According to the latest Trustee Report. the OASDI fund which funds Old Age (retirement), Survivors, and Disability benefits is slated to run out of money in 2034.

Read More

Latest on Social Security Benefits and Coronavirus Stimulus Checks

The Government is allegedly considering a new proposal that would allow Amercians to take a potential advance on their Social Security benefits. While this is only in the exploratory stage, the plan calls for Amercians to be allowed to choose to receive a check up to $5,000.00 in exchange for delaying their Social Security benefits.

Read More

The Financial Outlook for the Social Security Disability Program

The Social Security Disability program (DI) is funded by a trust fund that is often times looked at in conjunction with another trust fund established by Social Security for Old Age, and Survivor's benefits (OASI).

Read More

What SSI Recipients Need to Know About Stimulus Checks

If you are receiving SSI benefits, then the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Act (or CARES), entitles you to a stimulus check.

Read More

Do I Qualify?

The Social Security Administration follows strict guidelines when determining whether or not an individual is considered “disabled” and can, therefore, receive benefits. This is why it’s to your advantage to have a lawyer on your side who can help you to navigate the process.

Read More

SSI Income Restoration Act of 2014!

S.2089 was introduced to the Senate on March 6, 2014 by Senator Brown and Senator Warren. This bill aims to bring SSI, or supplemental security income benefits, up to date. SSI benefits are paid to some of the most vulnerable Americans, including the elderly, disabled, and blind Americans, as well as 1.3 million children. SSI provides need-based support to more than eight million of our country’s poorest and most vulnerable citizens. Despite this, the amount of income one can earn and still be eligible for SSI has not gone up with inflation.

Read More

I’ve Been Denied

Just because you’ve been denied disability benefits, it doesn’t mean you should give up! Although it’s frustrating, being denied is actually quite common. You will be given a specific deadline for when you can file an appeal.

Read More

How You Qualify For Social Security Disability Benefits

If you are trying to get benefits for yourself or a loved one with disabilities, it can be stressful and you may be unsure about where to begin. If you are disabled in any way, you may be entitled to benefits.

Read More

How Do I Apply For SSI?

Knowing whether or not you can apply for SSI can be confusing. Supplemental Security Income is a disability program designed for those who demonstrate financial need as a result of a disability, which prevents them from getting gainful employment.

Read More