Question of the Month

Question of the Month: “My doctor won’t write anything to support my disability case. What should I do?”

May 11, 2018

Many doctors are willing to support their disabled patients in their efforts to obtain much-needed Social Security disability or SSI benefits. A doctor can help their patient by providing opinions about their patient’s limitations, which can be critically important in establishing a claim for disability benefits. (Click here for more on RFCs and the secret

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Question of the Month: Once approved, how long can you receive disability benefits?

February 13, 2018

If you have been approved to receive Social Security disability benefits, you know very well that you have persevered through a complicated process. Faced with a difficult and uncaring bureaucracy, too many applicants give up in frustration. But now that you have qualified for your hard-earned benefits, you are probably wondering how long your disability

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Question of the Month: Can your Social Security disability benefits be garnished for alimony or child support?

January 8, 2018

Whether the Social Security Administration (SSA) can withhold money from your benefit check to satisfy a court-ordered garnishment for alimony or child support depends on what type of benefits you are receiving. If you have been ordered by a court to pay child support or alimony and you are receiving Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)

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Question of the Month: Can I Qualify for Both VA and Social Security Disability Benefits?

November 7, 2017

The Veteran’s Administration (VA) and Social Security Administration (SSA) are separate organizations and are independent from one another.  Each has its own criteria for disability payments. It is possible to qualify for both VA disability benefits and Social Security disability benefits and, in fact, many Vets receive both. However, there are important distinctions you need

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