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July 2016 Archives

What documents do I need for the SSD appeal process?

If you are disabled and unable to work, then you likely face financial difficulties that able-bodied workers don't fully understand. Though Social Security disability benefits may be available to help you survive during the term of your disability, it is contingent upon your claim being approved by the Social Security Administration. For many Missourians, this first attempt at recovering benefits is unsuccessful, which can increase his or her stress and financial strain.

We are dedicated to helping clients recover SSD benefits

Sudden illness and disease can seemingly strike at any time, leaving individuals unable to carry on with their normal lives. While the onset of a serious medical condition can certainly affect one's qualify of life due to pain or disability, it can also have a massive impact on their financial well-being. This is especially true when an illness is so debilitating that it leaves an individual incapable of working.

Chronic kidney disease and SSD benefits

If you have chronic kidney issues, then you likely have to deal with a lot of pain and numerous doctor visits. The pain and medical care may even be so extreme as to render you unable to work. If this is the case, then you might struggle to pay your bills, which can be worrisome to say the least. However, you don't need to despair, as the Social Security disability system may provide you with a way to recover the compensation you need to pay your medical bills and live a normal life.

New report details viability of Social Security disability fund

Followers of the Social Security system in Missouri and elsewhere may have concerns about its viability. For years now, funding for the program has faced strains, and the amount of benefits being paid out has increased. This includes Social Security disability funds.

Recovering Social Security disability for heart failure

There are many medical conditions that afflict an individual. Depending on the severity of the condition, an individual may require a significant amount of medical care, and he or she may lose the ability to live what was once considered a normal life. Such a condition can make it impossible for them to work, which, in turn, can throw them into a financial freefall. Yet, if certain requirements are met, individuals in this situation may qualify for Social Security disability.

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