Tag Archives: Social Security Disability

How Can I Prove I am Disabled?

If you are applying for Social Security benefits, one item you must prove is that you are actually disabled. Among other things, you must prove: You are not performing substantial work. You have what the Social Security Administration considers a “severe medical condition,” and your impairment has lasted, or is expected to last, for at […]

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What is the Difference between SSDI and SSI?

Deciding which disability benefits you may qualify for can be quite confusing, but here are some basic details from the Social Security Administration that just might help you. “The Social Security and Supplemental Security Income disability programs are the largest of several Federal programs that provide assistance to people with disabilities. While these two programs […]

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Staying Healthy During the Cold and Flu Season

In case you have not heard, Georgia is in the middle of a flu epidemic. It seems like we are speaking to clients every day who have the flu. or are just getting over the illness. We care about our clients’ health and want to share some helpful tips from the CDC. Of course, the […]

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Common Social Security Disability Myths

Myths! They exist for everything and when it comes to Social Security disability, there are probably more myths than there are facts. Here are a few to remember: If I lose, it’s not worth it to appeal! Not true! Valid claims are denied every day, and you should appeal immediately. Just because you were denied, […]

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