Disability & Arthritis - Disability Benefits - Disability Information
Social Security Disability Lump Sum - Is It Taxable?
It's essential that you know how lump sum social security payments are handled for income tax purposes.
Disability Services Guide - 61 Questions About Social Security Disability...
Disability services are available to arthritis patients who qualify. Here are many answers to questions you likely have about disability services.
Disability Application - Response to Your Disability Application
How long did you wait for a response to your initial disability application? Was the response to your disability application favorable or unfavorable? Share your experience.
Disability Review - What Happened During Your Disability Review
Have you gone through a disability review? Share your experience with the disability review process.See submissions
Applying for SSDI
Have you recently applied for SSDI? Was the SSDI application process frustrating? Share Your Experience About SSDI.
What Are the Social Security Disability Requirements?
There are specific Social Security disability requirements that determine eligibility. Learning about Social Security disability requirements will help you determine if you qualify and help you during the application process.
Applying For SSDI Benefits - 5 Part Self-Help Guide
A five-part Guide offering a practical approach to applying for Social Security Disability benefits written by a former disability determination specialist.
Social Security Disability - How To Apply Step-By-Step
Applying for Social Security Disability (SSDI) can seem overwhelming. We make it easier by taking you though the process step-by-step.
Social Security Disability - Do You Qualify?
There is specific criteria which must be met to qualify for Social Security Disability Income.
Arthritis And Social Security Disability
Information for helping people with arthritis qualify for Social Security Disability benefits.
What Is Substantial Gainful Activity (SGA)?
The Social Security Administration annually adjusts the earnings limit used to determine substantial gainful activity (SGA) based on increases in the national average wage index.
Applying For SSDI Benefits - Get Information Into Your Medical Records
SSDI benefits are awarded when objective medical evidence establishes that your condition is severe enough to prevent you from working. Medical records are vital to your disability claim. How can you help assure that essential information will make it into your chart?
Applying For SSDI Benefits - How To Organize Your Record Keeping
When you fill out your application for SSDI, you'll be asked about your personal data, medical sources, and certain non-medical information and evidence. It's a lot easier to keep these records as you go along rather than trying to remember this information when completing your disability application.
Applying For SSDI Benefits - How To Begin The Application Process
Information on how to start your application for SSDI benefits.
Applying For SSDI Benefits - How To Fill Out Your Application
Tips on filling out your disability application. Learn how to present your critical information both completely and accurately.
Employee Benefits - Understanding Your Employee Health and Disability Benefits
It is important for you to understand the details of your employee health and disability benefits.
Social Security Disability Appeals Process - Preparing For Your Day In Court
Following denial of application for SSDI, the next step is a hearing before an Administrative law judge.
How to Apply for Social Security Disability
Step-by-step advice to help you through the application process for Social Security Disability benefits.
5 Advantages of Qualifying For SSDI
A look at the advantages of Social Security disability over Long-term Disability paid by an employer or insurance company.
Winning SSDI Benefits: Expert Advice
Stanley Denman, attorney and disability specialist from Dallas, Texas offers his expert insight into how to win Social Security Disability benefits and the advantages of representation.
Allsup: Arthritis and Social Security Disability
The Social Security Administration uses a process called sequential evaluation to determine who receives benefits. The five-step process for an arthritis disability is explained, from Allsup.
Allsup: Fibromyalgia and Social Security Disability
The Social Security Administration uses a process called sequential evaluation to determine who receives benefits. The five-step process for a fibromyalgia disability is explained, from Allsup.
Allsup: Chronic Pain and Social Security Disability
The Social Security Administration uses a process called sequential evaluation to determine who receives benefits. The five-step process for a chronic pain disability is explained, from Allsup.
Allsup: Spinal Disorders and Social Security Disability
The Social Security Administration uses a process called sequential evaluation to determine who receives benefits. The five-step process for a spinal disorder disability is explained, from Allsup.
What's the Difference Between SSDI and SSI Disability?
Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) have different rules for eligibility, from SSA.
One in Seven Will Be Disabled by Gary Foreman
The need for insurance in the event of disability, from Strecher.com
Disabled Debt Disaster - Filing for Bankruptcy by Gary Foreman
A study of 1,500 people who had filed for bankruptcy showed that nearly half of them said that illness, injury or medical bills were responsible for their predicament, from Stretcher.com
Does anyone know of a cost effective way to find and purchase this kind of policy, from Stretcher.com.