Carpal Tunnel Syndrome can qualify you for Disability Benefits

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome can qualify you for Disability Benefits

  If you have Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and cannot work, you may qualify for disability benefits. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a painful condition that causes burning, tingling, or itchy sensations in the palm of the hand and fingers. Carpal tunnel

ALS Disability Insurance Access Act – Lou Gehrig’s disease

ALS Disability Insurance Access Act – Lou Gehrig’s disease

  Those with Lou Gehrig’s disease may not have to wait as long for disability soon. There is currently a bill in congress which proposes waiving the five-month waiting period for Disability applicants with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis or Lou Gehrig’s

Finding Help for Depression

Finding Help for Depression

  If you are suffering from depression help is available. It is very difficult to get better on your own. Depression is the most widespread disability. Despite its prevalence, there is a negative stigma associated with the disease. An estimated

Disability Allowance Rates Continue to Fall

Disability Allowance Rates Continue to Fall

  Is the Social Security Administration doing all it can to stop disability fraud? We often hear that people on SSDI are faking their disabilities and that many receiving disability benefits are just looking for a free ride and really

Are your Disability Benefits Running Out in 2016?

Are your Disability Benefits Running Out in 2016?

  Are your needed disability benefits about to end? 2016 was supposed to be a bad year for those on disability. Every year, the Social Security Administration publishes a trustee’s report on the status of the Social Security system. In

President Obama’s New Federal Student Loan Forgiveness Program

President Obama’s New Federal Student Loan Forgiveness Program

  If you are disabled and unable to pay your outstanding student loans help is now available. It is very difficult for even successful people to repay their student loan debt. An individual who is unable to work and living

What is Social Security Privatization? Part 3 – Benefits and Costs

What is Social Security Privatization?  Part 3 – Benefits and Costs

  There are good arguments both for and against the privatization of Social Security. What are the benefits and costs? Entitlement programs have always had a controversial history in the United States. Americans believe in empathy, compassion, and helping your

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