Will The so-called Right To Try law help the terminally ill?
The quality of the decisions made by ALJ in Social Security disability cases is plummeting. Here's why.
What the experts say about waiting a long time for a benefits may surprise you.
A Special Needs Trust can allow a disabled person who too much income and/or assets to collect SSI. Recent changes to SSA regulations make this even easier to do.
After 23 years, I move out of the only location my business has ever had.
A new drug based on marijuana could provide relief to sufferers of seizures. Let the FDA know if you think these people deserve a chance to try this new treatment.
Reopening a claim is rarely done, but in the right circumstances, it can be a way to get an error corrected without having to file an appeal. Find out how.
Even on SSI, there are ways to accumulate savings. Here are four of them.
It looks like we are talking about real money--but how about real improvements?
An online calculator will give you an idea what your monthly Social Security disability benefits would be. Hint: Not Much
Two new studies illustrate the differences between men and women in Social Security disability.
Periodically people call to ask if they can get more in Social Security benefits if their health declines. These are people who are already on Social Security disability but wish to get more each month. There is some logic in this, but, unfortunately Social Security disability does not work tha...
Can you judge the severity of a medical problem by the amount of medical treatment? A new study says no.
Cuts to the Social Security workforce will mean ever longer waits for service.
The rate at which Social Security denies disability appeals suggests something is very wrong with the process.
A requirement that AHCCCS recipient work could prove devastating to the disabled.
The equivalent of the entire population of a small American city died while waiting to get Social Security disability benefits.
If you find that someone has been using your Social Security number, report it immediately to both Social Security and the IRS.
There are no unimportant medical problems when it comes to apply for Social Security disability benefits.
Writing your Senator about the delays in getting your Social Security disability claim heard will result in more dead trees--and nothing else.
A recent Washington Post article exposes the falsity of the idea that those people getting Social Security disability benefits do not want to work.
A disturbing report suggests that Social Security is pressuring ALJ's to deny disability claims.
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If you have been unable to work for a year, apply for Social Security disability benefits immediately. Waiting can cost you benefits you might otherwise receive.