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Changes Coming to Social Security Disability Benefits in 2020

Every year in the fall, the Social Security Administration (SSA) releases its annual “Fact Sheet” providing updates on earning limits, benefit amounts and more. It is important to stay informed about how Social Security will be changing in 2020 so you… Read More

Can Accepting Financial Help from Loved Ones Impact My Disability Claim?

When applying for Social Security benefit programs such as Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI), your ability to collect disability may be impacted if you accept financial gifts from loved ones. Learn about… Read More

Can My Lawyer Help to Restore My Disability Benefits?

Your disability benefits may have been taken from you for a variety of reasons, such as the Social Security Administration (SSA) not being able to reach you, your medical condition improving or earning over a certain amount of money. You may be able to… Read More

Can My Grandchild Receive Social Security Benefits?

The Social Security Administration (SSA) provides disability benefits for workers who are unable to work due to disability. In some cases, benefits may be available to the claimant’s dependent family members, including grandchildren. Learn more about… Read More

Does the Social Security Disability Program Offer Housing Assistance?

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) provide pay benefits to qualified disabled individuals each month. These payments help to cover the costs of a disability, including treating their medical condition or… Read More

Factors that Could Lead to a Termination of Your Disability Benefits

When people are approved for Social Security Disability benefits and start receiving them, the last thing anyone wants to experience is having their benefits stop. However, there are certain factors that could lead to benefits being terminated. Social… Read More

What is Included in the Letter About Your Social Security Disability Benefits Decision?

If you are approved for disability benefits, you will receive a decision letter in which the hearing judge may provide either a fully favorable or partially favorable decision – but what does this mean exactly? And how can this decision impact your disability… Read More

Evidence Social Security Uses to Evaluate and Resolve Disability Claims

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

Can Students Receive Social Security Disability Benefits?

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

How Your Residual Functional Capacity (RFC) Can Help You Obtain Disability Benefits

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

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