While Social Security Disability claimants are entitled to represent themselves in a disability adjudication hearing, it may not always be the best option for several reasons.
This blog recently discussed how disabled individuals can go about obtaining disability benefits. This blog will look a little more closely at the component parts of receiving benefits, such as the work history requirement, as they are important for disabled individuals to understand.
Though not many people may think about it, the Social Security Administration reports that one in four 20-year olds will become disabled prior to the age of 67. Because of this reality, it is important for disabled individuals to be familiar with Social Security programs that pay disability benefits before the disabled individual has reached retirement age.
If you suffer from migraines, you know how debilitating these episodes can be. They are much more than just a bad headache – they can seriously affect your ability to work and live a normal life. People who have multiple migraines per week may not be able to hold gainful employment because of their medical condition.
It is helpful for disabled individuals to know how to go about seeking Social Security disability benefits. Social Security disability benefits are important benefits for many disabled individuals and their families so having a plan for how to approach the application process can be useful.
Supplemental Security Income is a program that disabled individuals and others should be familiar with. It provides important protections and benefits for both disabled individuals and children and serves as an alternative for disabled individuals that may not qualify for Social Security Disability benefits.
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