SSI

How Much Should You Pay in SSI Lawyers Fees?

When you are filing for Social Security, it is recommended that you start connecting with SSI and SSDI lawyers to assist you in the process. Just having the connection and being informed will help increase your odds of being approved on your first go-round.  However, if you have already applied and been denied, then it…

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Can You Win a Disability Claim for Meniere Disease in Spokane, WA?

Can You Win a Disability Claim for Meniere Disease in Spokane, WA?

If you have Meniere Disease and are finding it hard to work, you may qualify for Meniere Disease Disability Benefits. In fact, depending on the severity of your symptoms and if you meet the SSA requirements, you may automatically qualify. What Meniere Disease is Meniere Disease is a disorder of the inner ear (vestibular labyrinth)…

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Do I Need a Disability Lawyer When Working With Social Security?

Do I Need a Disability Lawyer When Working With Social Security?

Do you need to file for disability through Social Security? Have you already filed disability and been denied? Maybe we can help! Hiring a disability lawyer is both helpful for new disability claimants and critical for those who have been denied. Here’s how & why hiring a disability lawyer is a great idea in your…

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Basics of Social Security Lawyers’ Fees

Basics of Social Security Lawyers’ Fees

Hiring a social security lawyer for your claim or appeal might seem to be an overwhelming task. When you factor in the anxiety most people have about how to pay for a social security lawyer, you begin to see why so many try to pursue their claim alone. You do not have to go it…

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What You Can Do When You Receive an SSDI or SSI Denial Letter

What You Can Do When You Receive an SSDI or SSI Denial Letter

Have you applied for Social Security disability insurance (SSDI)? Did you wait months and months to hear back only to see an SSI denial letter in your mailbox? Did you know that up to seventy percent of claims are denied after your first application? Claimants often have to go through the appeal process, just to…

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9 Ways A Disability Lawyer Will Help You in Your SSI or SSDI appeal.

9 Ways A Disability Lawyer Will Help You in Your SSI or SSDI appeal.

If you have applied for Social Security Income (SSI) and have received a denial letter, you may be wondering if a disability lawyer can appeal the decision for you.  The answer is yes.  Now is the best time to hire a disability lawyer if you have not already done so. Here are 9 excellent reasons…

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Do SSI Lawyers Really Help You with Your Disability Claim?

Did you know that hiring an SSI Lawyer to help with your appeal can increase your chances of being approved by double? How? Why? Does it matter that much to retain a great SSI lawyer?  Reasons to Hire an SSI Lawyer The process of applying for SSI can take anywhere from one month to three…

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When should I talk to a disability lawyer?

When should I talk to a disability lawyer?

When you apply for disability, a disability lawyer can significantly increase your chances of approval. Up to 70% of all initial applications get denied.  Having a disability lawyer can increase your chances of receiving disability benefits up to 50%. When to Contact a Disability Lawyer The sooner you contact a disability lawyer the better. If…

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Help!  Social Security Thinks I Can Perform Sedentary Work

Help!  Social Security Thinks I Can Perform Sedentary Work

You applied for Social Security benefits.  You receive a denial letter and in it, it says that you can perform sedentary work. What does this mean?  What can you do? What is Sedentary Work? When Social Security reviews your case, they look at the medical evidence that has been submitted.  They use the “grid”, a…

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Four Examples of Sedentary Work And Why They May Not Apply to You

Four Examples of Sedentary Work And Why They May Not Apply to You

In order to win your appeal for Social Security disability, you must prove that your limitations from injury or illness prevent you from not only doing your recent job but any job that is also less demanding but within your ability to do.  This is difficult, especially for younger people.  Social Security believes that younger…

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