South Carolina attorneys at George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers discuss Social Security in 2016 and what you need to know!
The government will soon forgive the student loan debt of approximately 400,000 Americans with permanent disabilities.
Social Security provides expedited processing of disability benefit applications for wounded warriors and veterans with a VA compensation rating of 100 percent Permanent & Total disability.
South Carolina Social Security disability lawyers discuss recent changes to Social Security & Medicare.
South Carolina disability lawyers discuss Social Security disability benefits and neurological disorders. Read more on George Sink’s blog!
South Carolina Social Security disability lawyers at George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers discuss government plans to deal with record backlog.
South Carolina Social Security disability lawyers discuss the factors the Social Security Administration uses when determining if applicants are disabled.
The Social Security Administration recently announced the launch of a new expedited disability process for veterans. Read more on George Sink’s blog.
Social Security disability benefits are available for a number of physical and mental disabilities, including “invisible” to the naked eye.
There is a five-step process used to determine whether an illness or injury should be covered by Social Security disability. Read our blog to learn more!
3 Things You Should Know About Social Security Disability Benefits
If you or a loved one has become disabled and attempts to file for Social Security Disability benefits, be aware of the laws regarding drug and alcohol use. Social Security claimants who use illegal drugs and/or abuse alcohol risk losing their entitlement to benefits. Social Security laws can prevent you from receiving SSDI benefits if…
Many fear a government shutdown on October 1st will delay social security disability payments.
The United States House of Representatives passed Senate bill S. 893 regarding the Veterans’ Compensation Cost-of-Living Adjustment Act of 2013.
You can’t use SSDI for a short-term disability, but you can get off of SSDI if you want to return to work.
If you are attempting to file for Social Security Disability benefits, it can be a long, complex, and sometimes frustrating process, especially if you are dealing with troublesome medical and financial issues. It can be difficult to keep track of paperwork, medical records, doctors’ appointments, and other information necessary to successfully apply for SSDI. To…
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