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Social Security Disability

What is the Lowest SSDI Payment?

If you don’t have an extended work history, you may be concerned if you will be eligible for benefits should you become disabled. It is true that the amount that someone who is approved for benefits can expect to receive per month is directly related to their work history.  Contrary to what many people believe,… Read more

Social Security Disability

Will Social Security Disability Benefits Increase in 2022?

For someone receiving social security disability (SSDI) benefits, every dollar received monthly matters. Disability benefits exist to help those who cannot work a regular job provide for their daily, weekly, monthly needs – in addition to the needs of their families. It is nearly impossible to increase the general percentage for benefits you are receiving,… Read more

Social Security Disability

Can You Go on Disability for Anxiety?

An alarming number of Americans suffer from anxiety – many of them dealing with it in private. Anxiety affects 40 million adults in the United States, equating to approximately 18% of the population.  For many, anxiety can affect their daily lives by making it harder to do even elemental tasks. This may also include essential… Read more

Social Security Disability

How Hard is it to Get on SSDI?

In the United States, millions of people currently receive social security disability insurance (SSDI). The benefits for SSDI exist for individuals who are no longer able to work due to a physical or mental disability. While this seems like a cut and dried process on the surface, there are quite a few stipulations that go… Read more

Social Security Disability

Can My Chiropractor Put Me on Disability?

Nearly eight percent of all adults in the United States report persistent or chronic back pain. For many, the pain and limitations are so severe that they cannot perform the duties of their jobs.  When someone cannot work for an extended period, they may qualify for social security disability benefits (SSDI). Back pain is a… Read more

Social Security Disability

What Happens to My SSI if I Get a Sum of Money?

There are life events that happen that may cause you to come into a sum of money. Whether it be from an inheritance, legal matter, lottery winnings, or another fortunate scenario, it’s important to assess your situation when it happens. For example, if you are currently on Supplemental Security Income (SSI), an increase in overall… Read more

Social Security Disability

Do Doctors Have to Fill Out Disability Paperwork?

If you’ve suffered an injury that will keep you out of work for at least 12 months – potentially much longer – you may qualify for social security disability (SSDI). The SSDI benefits you could receive are based on how much you have paid into the system through the years. The more extensive your work… Read more

Social Security Disability

What is the Disability Approval Rate in Wisconsin?

When you need social security benefits, time is of the essence. Having a disability that no longer allows you to work a steady job means that your usual flow of money is not coming in. Getting approved and receiving social security disability (SSDI) benefits is vital.  Due to the sensitive time aspect of SSDI benefits,… Read more

Social Security Disability

What Can My Doctor Provide to Help Me Get Approved for SSDI?

Medical Source Statement from a Doctor Can Help with Approval Applying for social security disability benefits can be a complex process, which isn’t helpful to someone in need. Having an attorney assist with the process from the start – or if you’ve been denied benefits – can significantly increase the chances of being approved.  Your… Read more