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The Real Reason Your Social Security Benefits were Denied

After an injury, social security disability benefits can provide much needed income if you are no longer able to work. However, it is not unusual for the Social Security Administration to deny your disability benefits and there are many reasons why this denial occurs. It is important to know that a denial of disability benefits

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Statute of Limitations – Pennsylvania Personal Injury Attorney Explains Why Time is of the Essence

The decision to pursue a personal injury lawsuit is not always an easy one to make. However, when you or a loved one has suffered an injury due to another’s negligent conduct, you deserve to seek recovery as allowed by law. When it comes to any lawsuit, there are certain laws called “statutes of limitations”

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Challenging SSDI Application Denial Appeals & How a Veterans’ Benefits Attorney Can Help

If your application for Social Security Disability Insurance benefits (SSDI) has been rejected, there are a several instructions that you must follow that are included in your denial letter. As typically outlined in the letter you receive from the Social Security Administration (SSA), the first thing that a person must do is to file what

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Do I Qualify for Social Security Benefits?

Applying for social security benefits can be rather a rather daunting task, especially for those who are dealing with a serious injury or illness. In fact, many prospective clients come to our office after years of struggling with a medical condition without realizing that they may be eligible for social security disability insurance (SSDI) benefits.

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The Top 5 Myths Associated With Social Security Disability Benefits

As attorneys who regularly handle Social Security disability insurance (SSDI) benefit cases, we often come across clients who say all types of things based upon wrongful assumptions about their ability to receive these benefits. In fact, several people forego applying for benefits thinking that they do not have a qualifying medical condition. Many others apply

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Social Security Disability Benefits to Increase By 1.7 Percent

Making ends meet on Social Security Disability benefits can be difficult since most recipients only receive a portion of the earnings they were making while working. That’s why it will come as a relief to many Social Security Disability recipients that they will see a slight increase in payments next year. The Social Security Administration

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