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August 2018 Archives

A closer look at how disability is defined for SSD benefits

It is helpful to have a practical understanding of Social Security disability benefits and how to qualify for them. The process of applying for Social Security disability benefits can seem daunting which is why understanding the process can help dispel some of those concerns or anxieties to help ensure disabled individuals in need seek and apply for the benefits they need.

Disability options for veterans

This blog recently discussed concerns related to brain injuries in veterans and the importance of disability protections for our veterans. It is important for veterans and their families to understand that if they are disabled due to an injury or illness they may be eligible for veterans' benefits through the VA.

It's probably not quite clear where your disability falls in SSDI

You finally had to face the fact that your disability may keep you from working for a significant amount of time, and it may even prevent you from every working again. Your financial situation has taken a hit, and you wonder whether you can qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance benefits.

Help with brain injuries for veterans

Brain injuries can be suffered during wars and otherwise during military service. Brain injuries can impact the sufferer's work life, family life and personal life by impacting their ability to work, disturbing their mood and emotions, and altering their personality.

What types of medical conditions qualify for disability benefits?

Understanding what types of medical conditions qualify for Social Security disability benefits can be half the battle of obtaining the benefits many disabled individuals badly need. This blog can help answer some questions disabled individuals have about Social Security disability benefits for illness.

Things to know when considering working while on disability

Social Security disability benefits can be a vital lifeline for many disabled individuals in Alabama. Therefore, those receiving disability benefits may have concerns associated with continued receipt of their benefits if they are considering the option of trying to return to work. For disability recipients in that situation, it is important that they are familiar with the programs and options available to them through the Social Security Administration.

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