Articles on amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and Social Security Disability from the disability lawyers at Nash Disability Law.

Congress Considers Eliminating 5-Month SSDI Waiting Period for ALS Patients

April 7, 2017

As it is written now, the law says that SSDI benefits can be paid only after an individual has been disabled continuously throughout a period of five full calendar months, regardless of the nature of their disability. SSDI benefits begin with the sixth full month after the date that Social Security finds their disability began

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My Grandmother, a Young Mom and my Favorite Football Player

January 16, 2015

I hear the word inspirational used often, so I wish I could find a better way to explain how much respect I feel for the people I meet in our office every day. The clients we serve are suffering physically, mentally and financially. Some are in so much pain they can’t do the most basic

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