Social Security News
Filed under the "Things Every American Should Know But Doesn't" tag, this short entry details a little known option that many folks have if they have become disabled and are also approaching early retirement age (age 62).
Disability Tip: If I have a chronic illness and have not gotten better, why would it matter that I haven't seen a doctor in the last year?
You've come this far while waiting to obtain disability benefits. Your day in court is almost here. So what happens now?
With the government shutdown in full swing, how will this affect Social Security and its processes?
This is our chance to say "Thank You" to the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance for a very productive talk!
An interesting site detailing various statistics about the Social Security system.
Norton has announced a merger with the Louisvile Multiple Sclerosis Center (the MS Center). The MS Center will become the new Norton Neuroscience Resource Center.
Man found disabled of cerebral palsy at the age of 49- after being denied by the SSA 27 years ago.
Social Security has enacted a policy that allows them to withhold the name of the ALJ presiding over your case.
Sometimes, it's good to have a reminder of what your job really is....
The second part in a discussion of how the Social Security Administration evaluates claims involving depression and affective disorders
When disability strikes, it can sometimes take a while to realize that your life has changed dramatically. In this article, we take a look at how that can affect your Social Security Disability claim- if at all.
Many attorneys and representatives who handle disability claims do not accept clients who are just beginning the process. At Schad and Schad, we accept clients at all levels of appeal.