Category Archives: Social Security Disability

Social Security: Vital Protection Hidden in Plain Sight

Imagine, after working your entire adult life, you develop lupus. You suffer chronic pain and fatigue. As the lupus becomes more difficult to control, your lupus begins to affect other organs of your body. Unable to continue working due to these symptoms, you wonder how you’re going to support your family. Now imagine the relief

Read More >

Fighting an SSD Denial: What You Need to Know

You’ve suffered an injury or developed a serious physical or mental condition that keeps you from working. You found out about Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits and applied. Then you got denied. Before you lose heart or panic, know that it’s common to be denied when you first apply for SSD benefits. The Social Security

Read More >

How To Make Ends Meet While Waiting for Disability Benefits

You’re not working due to an injury or illness, and you’ve applied for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits. Jumping through the hoops and completing all the paperwork took more time than you expected. Now you’re in a waiting mode while the Social Security Administration (SSA) reviews your application. Without income from a regular job or

Read More >

Seeking Disability Benefits for Personality Disorders

Chances are if you have a personality disorder that keeps you from consistent employment, you would readily trade in your diagnosis if it meant you could get back to work. For many people in this situation, traditional work just isn’t an option. Despite that, it’s easy to feel fear and stress about seeking disability benefits

Read More >