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February 2015 Archives

Do you know enough about the SSD appeals process? - III

For the last several weeks, our blog has been discussing an upsetting phenomenon experienced far too often by people throughout Texas and across the U.S.: receiving a letter from the Social Security Administration indicating that their disability benefits are being terminated.

Do you know enough about the SSD appeals process? - II

Last week, we started discussing how even though it can be extremely upsetting to receive a letter from the Social Security Administration informing you that your disability benefits are being stopped, you don't have to panic.

Do you know enough about the SSD appeals process?

It can be very difficult to receive a letter in the mail informing you that the Social Security Administration has made the decision to stop your disability benefits. Indeed, you will probably experience a variety of emotions from anger and disbelief to sadness and anxiety.

SSA announces expanded service hours at field offices

As we've discussed on our blog many times before, the process of securing disability benefits can prove to be very frustrating and highly confusing for those who try to navigate the process on their own.

Mental disorders can qualify for benefits

For many Americans, a mental disorder is just as challenging as a physical condition. Both can make daily life or maintaining a career a struggle. Fortunately, the Social Security Administration (SSA) recognizes numerous mental conditions as well as physical ones. It is possible to apply for Social Security Disability benefits based on a wide range of physical and mental conditions.