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Can My Social Security Disability Benefits Be Taken Away?

As attorneys for social security benefits, we have seen several people who lose their social security disability benefits. There are usually two grounds for this termination; increased income and improved medical conditions. However, there’s a whole lot more to the termination of social security benefits. This article outlines why the SSA can terminate your entitlements… Read more

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How Do I Know if I Qualify for Social Security Disability in Wisconsin?

The Wisconsin Social Security Administration (SSA) defined what a disability is. Disability is the inability to engage in any substantial gainful activity because of any medically determinable physical and mental limitation. Social Security Disability deals with this aspect. Wisconsin pays disability benefits to workers if they have a sickness that prevents them from working as… Read more

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What Are the Steps Involved in a Social Security Disability Claim in 2021

Filing a social security disability claim is not a walk in the park, even though it should be. Most times, applicants need a representative’s help to guide them through the process. Our expert SSDI attorneys can help you. This article will give you information on how to file your social security disability insurance (SSDI) claim… Read more

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How Long Does a Disability Appeal Take in Milwaukee, Wisconsin?

If you’ve been denied disability, you may need to seek a disability appeal. Many times people suffer injuries that result in disabilities that keep them from being employed. If this happens in Wisconsin, you can apply for disability benefits. You can get these benefits through the Social Security Administration (SSA) and the social security disability… Read more

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How Many Hours Can You Work and Receive Social Security Disability Benefits

When it comes to receiving social security disability benefits, several factors come into play. These factors are why the Social Security Administration (SSA) rejects about two-third of the applications they receive. A social security attorney in Milwaukee can help if you apply and get denied. Ordinarily, Wisconsin law grants benefits to those who are disabled…. Read more

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How Much Do I Get for Bipolar Disability?

How much you can get as disability benefits if you have bipolar disability is essential information for you. Even though you clearly will not want your illness to deteriorate to a level where you need social security benefits to survive, this knowledge is essential. People diagnosed with bipolar disorder may find it hard to hold… Read more

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Social Security Disability

What Does a Disability Lawyer Do?

A disability lawyer would help you get your SSDI benefits without hassles. SSDI is an acronym for Social Security Disability Insurance. It’s a program for people under the age of 65 who have qualifying disabilities and a specified amount of work credits. This program compensates them with monthly benefits for their inability to work and… Read more

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Income Discussion: How Much Money Can You Make if You Are on Social Security Disability?

Through Social Security Disability, individuals who can no longer work as a result of a disability receive benefits from the government. To qualify for disability income, the individual must meet some criteria. For example, before the individual became disabled, they must have worked a job or jobs that qualified for Social Security and must have… Read more

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5 Reasons Why Social Security Disability Claims Get Denied

Millions of Americans send in applications for social security disability benefits yearly, and only about 30% of that number gets approved by the Social Security Administration. The low number has led many to wonder why their claims get denied at the initial level. The reasons for the denial varies from person to person, and it… Read more

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