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Disability for Children: How A Child Is Deemed Disabled
Posted December 06, 2018

Children's Disability AttorneyIn the United States, the Social Security Administration (SSA) primarily uses two ways to determine child disability. One is through the comparison of a child’s condition to the listings of childhood disability and another is by conducting an assessment of the child’s limitation.

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Unwarranted Reexaminations Required by the VA
Posted November 12, 2018

Social Security Disability AttorneyVeterans are an important part of our society. They remind us of U.S soldiers who went to fight a war for their country but did not come back to their home alive. Veterans fought for our freedom, our independence, and our country. Therefore, it is only fair that they should not have to face unnecessary difficulties and complications to obtain the benefits they deserve for putting their lives at stake for our country.

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Can Hiring A Social Security Disability Lawyer Expedite Your Process?
Posted October 10, 2018

Social Security Disability AttorneyThe 2016 Annual Statistical Report on Social Security Disability Insurance Program revealed that around 10.2 million people in the U.S. were provided with social security disability insurance (SSDI) per annum. SSDI pays a monthly benefit to individuals who became disabled before their retirement age and are unable to work. However, there are some other prerequisites for obtaining SSDI benefits besides disability. For instance, an individual must have worked for a certain number of years in a job and paid their social security taxes, otherwise, they may be selected for supplemental security income (SSI).

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A Brief Introduction to Veteran’s Disability in Illinois
Posted September 12, 2018

Veteran's Disability AttorneyA report by Statista shows that there are over 18 million veterans in the United States. Every state has a provision of several benefits for these brave men who fought for their country and Illinois is no exception. Under the State Department of Veteran Affairs, there are certain benefits available for veterans including education, scholarships, employment, grants, housing, compensation and burial benefits to name a few. Moreover, they are also entitled to pension, healthcare service, home loans, and life insurance, among other benefits, under federal veteran administration and assistance programs. Let’s briefly discuss few of the benefits that are available to disabled veterans:

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