Social Security Disability: In order to be eligible to receive Social Security Disabilty Benefits and/or Supplement Security Income (SSI), a claimant must be unable to engage in substantial gainful activity (SGA). A person earning over a certainly amount… Read More
Social Security Disability claims depend upon medical records to establish a claimant's injuries and health problems. Keeping an accurate account of medical treatment received may be the difference between winning and losing a claim. The person seeking… Read More
You have filed for Social Security Disability and have been denied. You next filed a Request for Reconsideration and have been denied again. What is your next option?
The next step in the disability process is to file a Request for Hearing before an… Read More
Working "under the table" and Social Security Disability Benefits
Every few weeks our office gets a telephone call with a similar fact pattern. The caller, usually a male, is calling regarding disabilty benefits. He has been denied because he does not… Read More
You've just received a denial letter from Social Security. Now what?
First of all, realize that the majority of Social Security Disability claims are denied at the initial level. Second, you have a limited time to appeal. You have 60 days plus 5 days… Read More
Since 2010, office closures and staff cuts have made it more difficult for Americans to reach representatives at the Social Security Administration (SSA) offices.
In the past four years, 64 field offices have been closed along with 533 mobile offices,… Read More