Qualifying for Disability Insurance with the Epstein-Barr Virus

Qualifying for Disability Insurance with the Epstein-Barr Virus

  If you have the Epstein-Barr virus and as a result cannot work, you could qualify for disability insurance benefits. Epstein-Barr is one of the most common viruses – it’s actually unusual not to have it. 95% of all people

Denied Social Security Disability? The Video Appeal Hearing

Denied Social Security Disability? The Video Appeal Hearing

  The Representative Video Project – helping to reduce SSDI claims backlogs If you are filing a Social Security disability appeal you may be asked to attend a video hearing with an Administrative Law Judge. It’s estimated over 6,500 Americans

Helpful Assistance Programs and Resources for the Disabled

Helpful Assistance Programs and Resources for the Disabled

  For those with disabilities financial security can be difficult. Fortunately, there are a number of programs and resources in place to help those suffering from disabilities. As many as 20% of Americans have some sort of disability and about

What is Social Security Privatization? Part 2 – Privatization Abroad

What is Social Security Privatization?  Part 2 – Privatization Abroad

  Other countries have tried privatizing their assistance programs, how has it worked out for them? There are many good ideological arguments both for and against the privatization of Social Security. However, before looking at those, let’s see how privatization

What To Do When Someone I know becomes Disabled Part 3

What To Do When Someone I know becomes Disabled Part 3

  DISABILITY LAW – What To Do When a Client or Someone I know becomes Disabled – Part 3 By Greg Reed This is Part 3 of a speech presented by Bemis, Roach & Reed partner Greg Reed at the

What To Do When Someone I know becomes Disabled Part 1

What To Do When Someone I know becomes Disabled Part 1

  DISABILITY LAW – What To Do When a Client or Someone I know becomes Disabled – Part 1 By Greg Reed This was a speech presented by Bemis, Roach & Reed partner Greg Reed at the CAPITAL AREA PARALEGAL

The History of Expedited SSDI Claims

The History of Expedited SSDI Claims

  The Social Security Administration has over the years developed programs to help accelerate the time required to process financial help. As previously discussed, the Social Security Administration has programs in place to help some applicants receive their benefits faster.

What if the SSDI beneficiary is not capable of managing their benefits?

What if the SSDI beneficiary is not capable of managing their benefits?

  What is an SSDI Representative Payee and what are his responsibilities? In some instances, the Social Security Administration (SSA) will decide that the beneficiary is not capable of managing their benefits so they will appoint a representative payee. The

SSDI and Enrolling in Medicare- The Two Year Waiting Period (Part 2)

SSDI and Enrolling in Medicare- The Two Year Waiting Period (Part 2)

  Are you wanting to enroll in Medicare after receiving Social Security Disability? Part 2 In Part 1 we discussed the history of the two year waiting period and the options available for those who are waiting for Medicare. In