10 Hidden Disabilities You May Have Overlooked

10 Hidden Disabilities You May Have Overlooked

Ruth was a very private person. She didn’t reveal much about her health to anyone, even close friends and family members. They were shocked when Ruth’s condition worsened, and she applied for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). Like Ruth, many Americans suffer from hidden disabilities. It’s easy to overlook the following disabilities. #1.  Auditory Conditions…

9 Immune System Disorders That Might Qualify for SSDI

9 Immune System Disorders That Might Qualify for SSDI

The Social Security Administration pays disability benefits to people with serious medical conditions that prevent them from working. One program that provides these benefits is Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). Social Security maintains the Listing of Impairments (Listing), which contains a list of medical conditions that might qualify for SSDI. Section 14 of the Listing…

8 Secrets That Social Security Attorneys Wish Their Clients Knew

8 Secrets That Social Security Attorneys Wish Their Clients Knew

It’s great when clients who come to meet with us already know a little about Social Security benefits. The following secrets might help when you meet with our Social Security attorneys. #1.  The Denial Rate Is High. After going through the lengthy process of applying for benefits, you will get a letter from the Social…

12 Neurological Conditions That Might Qualify for SSDI

12 Neurological Conditions That Might Qualify for SSDI

You must have a disability to qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). Disability is even in the name of the program. But when the Social Security Administration (Social Security) reviews applications for benefits, they refer to something called the Listing of Impairments (the “Listing”). This lengthy recitation of diseases includes detailed information about how…