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Why an SSD Denial is Not the End of the Road

When you're injured and unable to work as a result, filing for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits is a logical first step.

Will Certain Conditions Fast-Track Your SSD Claim?           

A huge concern among the majority of people who apply for social security disability (SSD) is how long it will take to hear back from the Social Security Administration (SSA). Their worries are understandable, given that many individuals who fit the guidelines for SSD approval face mounting bills exacerbated by a lowered household income stream. In their world, time is of the essence, and every day counts.

What Types of Cancer Patients are Eligible for SSD?

What happens when cancer strikes a family? Often, income levels drop, especially if the patient is the breadwinner. At this point, households frequently look elsewhere to supplement the financial loss, which is a smart move to help avoid mounting debt.

Commonwealth Court Offers Reminder that Land Development Waivers Must Meet Undue Hardship Threshold

The Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court recently emphasized to developers and municipalities the need to properly justify waivers from provisions of a subdivision and land development ordinance (SALDO) during the land development process. Link: http://sianalaw.com/2018/06/20/landdevelopmentwaivers/

An Introduction to Mental Disability and SSD

Applying for Social Security Disability (SSD) in the United States may be a relatively straightforward process that can now be started online, but getting approval even in cases that seem obvious is notoriously difficult.

Can Someone with Bipolar Disorder Qualify for Social Security Disability Benefits?

Can Someone with Bipolar Disorder Qualify for Social Security Disability Benefits?

Appellate Attorneys - How Framing the Issues on Appeal Defines the Battleground

Appellate Attorneys - How Framing the Issues on Appeal Defines the Battleground

Appellate Attorneys - How Framing the Issues on Appeal Defines the Battleground

Appellate Attorneys - How Framing the Issues on Appeal Defines the Battleground

Don't Lose Hope If Your SSDI Application Is Denied

Don't Lose Hope If Your SSDI Application Is Denied

General Rules for filing FEMA Claims & Appeals

General Article that explains the basics of filing and appealing a FEMA claim from a hurricane or other disaster.

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