Posted on behalf of Dayes Law Firm PC on Aug 14, 2019 in SSD
When you file a claim with the Social Security Administration (SSA), you will be required to provide certain evidence that supports that you have a disability and demonstrates its level of severity.
An experienced disability attorney from Dayes Law Firm… Read More
Back and spinal cord problems are some of the most common conditions that people have who apply for Social Security disability benefits. These conditions can be difficult to prove because a lot of the evidence is subjective in nature, such as pain, which… Read More
Posted on behalf of Dayes Law Firm PC on Jul 26, 2019 in Appeals
Millions of individuals apply for Social Security Disability benefits every year and unfortunately, only about 30 percent are approved at the initial claims process. Why is this the case? The reasons for being denied disability benefits vary on a claim… Read More
Posted on behalf of Dayes Law Firm PC on Jul 17, 2019 in SSD
The Social Security Administration (SSA) does not usually pay Social Security benefits to college students affected by the death of a parent, as they have completed their secondary education. However, students of retired, diseased, or disabled parents… Read More
Posted on behalf of Dayes Law Firm PC on Jul 09, 2019 in SSD
If you are planning on applying for disability benefits, you should familiarize yourself with the Residual Functional Capacity or RFC form. This form helps the Social Security Administration (SSA) rate a claimant’s functional capacity after taking into… Read More
Posted on behalf of Dayes Law Firm PC on Jun 26, 2019 in SSD
Determining whether you are disabled does not end when your Social Security Disability application for benefits is approved. Even after you are approved, you may be contacted about a Continuing Disability Review (CDR).
There are two types of CDRs and… Read More
Posted on behalf of Dayes Law Firm PC on Jun 19, 2019 in SSD
It could take several months or even years before the Social Security Administration decides whether you are owed benefits. This raises the obvious question: What do I do for money while I wait?
The answer to this question is complicated. There are multiple… Read More
Posted on behalf of Dayes Law Firm PC on Jun 05, 2019 in Appeals
When you apply for Social Security Disability or file for reconsideration, the disability examiner is responsible for obtaining your medical records. However, when you request a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ), it is usually no longer… Read More
Posted on behalf of Dayes Law Firm PC on May 31, 2019 in Appeals
If your Social Security Disability claim was denied, and your reconsideration request about that denial was also denied, you can request a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ). While the hearing should be focused on the evidence, sometimes… Read More
Posted on behalf of Dayes Law Firm PC on May 23, 2019 in SSD
If your Social Security Disability claim is approved, it means you fit the Social Security Administration’s (SSA) definition of disabled while you waited for a decision. You might be asking yourself if you should be compensated for the months or years… Read More