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Social Security Disability

The majority of Americans don’t plan for what could happen if they become disabled. However, the likelihood is stronger than most people realize. According to the Social Security Administration, before reaching retirement age, a 20 year old worker has a 1-in-4 chance of becoming disabled. Social S...

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Social Security Disability Insurance

Whether you are working behind a desk or working at a job that requires lifting or carrying, going to work each day and regularly performing the same tasks is something most people take for granted. But, what if a sudden illness or injury made it impossible to work and earn money to support yourself...

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Social Security Hearings

Submitting an application for Social Security disability is a challenging and complex process. It requires extensive documentation and attention to detail. While it is difficult enough to deal with the circumstances of developing a disabling condition through illness or injury, and when a claim is d...

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Social Security Disability – Common Disabling Conditions

The Social Security Administration provides monthly payments to people with eligible disabilities that prevent them from working for at least 12 months, or if their condition is expected to result in death. Medical conditions causing disability can be physical or mental. There are a wide variety of ...

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Social Security Claims

The average American may think of becoming disabled as something that will never happen to them, or something that only happens to the elderly. In reality, injuries and serious illness can happen at any age, and at any time. According to the Social Security Administration, a 20 year-old worker has a...

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When Can You Apply for Social Security disability?

When an illness or injury leads to a disabling condition, the stress of dealing with the situation and loss of income can cause confusion about what to do next. Losing the ability to work makes it that much harder to be self-sufficient and support a spouse and children. However, there are government...

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