When it Comes to Social Security Disability Claims, Not All Medical Providers Are the Same
Some claimants are surprised, however, to learn that not all medical providers carry the same "weight" with Social Security.
Consider These Three Things When Selecting an Agent for Your Power of Attorney
The biggest decision that you will make when creating a power of attorney is deciding who will hold the power of attorney on your behalf.
Follow These Rules When Attending a Benefit Review Conference or Contested Case Hearing
The bottom line is - don't go through the process alone and keep your cool, regardless of the circumstances.
Can You Qualify for Supplemental Security Income?
SSI benefits are available to people who are disabled, meet the income and resource requirements, and apply for the program.
Printing and Signing Your Own Power of Attorney May Not Be Enough to Make it Effective. Here's Why.
The person who holds your power of attorney may not be able to borrow money on your behalf if you execute it at home.
Do You Make Too Much to Qualify for Social Security Disability? You Might Be Surprised at the Answer
Even if you work, if you are making less than $1,260 per month, you may be able to qualify for Social Security benefits.