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Q&A with an attorney: Attaining children’s disability benefits
Posted December 30, 2013

Children’s disability cases are not easy to win. Many attorneys don’t bother taking these cases due to how much goes into proving a child is disabled in front of a Social Security Administration judge. However, Harold W. Conick, a Chicagoland attorney, said it is not impossible to prove.


Shaky economy may cause disability increase
Posted December 19, 2013

When the economy get works, those filing for and getting Social Security Administration disability benefits seems to rise. A recent paper from the National Bureau of Economic Research said the answer isn’t obvious for this happens, but there are many possibilities.


Lack of diagnosis could hurt benefits
Posted December 17, 2013

The deep backlog the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is currently dealing with has ramifications for the system and country as a whole, but perhaps more importantly, a big impact on the individuals who do not receive benefits.


Female veterans face hard time upon return home
Posted December 12, 2013

After serving in Iraq, Xatavia Hughes returned to Chicago in December 2010, according to The Chicago Tribune. Hard times started immediately as she faced living in a homeless shelter and protecting her children. Much like many others who have served in wars, Hughes had a hard time being taken care of by the government she served. Upon return home, soldiers should look to apply for veterans benefits to ensure they can stay afloat through hard times.


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