Contact Us

Contact Us Today for a FREE Case Evaluation

(800) 608-8881


How the Social Security Administration decides who is disabled
Posted December 09, 2011

For those with disability qualifying conditions, not much comes easy. Applying for benefits from the Social Security Administration can seem like another difficult step in a painstaking process and figuring out what would qualify and what wouldn’t could be tricky. For a quick explanation, the Social Security Administration explained who could qualify to the McClatchy-Tribune News Service.


Children suffering from Autism can apply for Social Security benefits
Posted November 29, 2011

For parents at a loss for how to pay for their Autistic child’s medical bills, Social Security disability benefits may be the way to go. Autism is considered to be a disability qualifying benefit by the Social Security Administration, so children of any age can get help.


Government needs to do more for veterans, according to Pew Research
Posted November 21, 2011

With about 10 percent of living veterans seriously injured while serving in the military and three-quarters of those injured while in combat, there are many physical and emotional hardships, according to the Pew Research Center’s website. The website said U.S. veterans do not believe they are getting enough in the way of disability benefits.


Social security disability benefits can help those who are homeless
Posted November 15, 2011

With about 775,000 people homeless across the United States, according to the Chicago Alliance to End Homelessness, there are many people that need help out in the streets, especially as winter approaches. A story by Gannett News said that many homeless could have disability qualifying benefits which could help them get Social Security benefits.