Tag Archives: SSDI

It’s taxing enough being a full-time working parent with young kids, but imagine having to raise a disabled child.  Thankfully, there are a slew of government programs that relieve the financial strains when it comes to raising a child with special needs. Social Security provides two types of disability coverage: Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and […]

Applying for benefits from the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) program can be a long and frustrating process. It isn’t unheard of for applicants to wait several months before getting a response from the Social Security Administration. This is where an SSDI attorney can help, but choosing the right one is important. Having an experienced […]

Getting approved for Social Security benefits due to back pain is becoming more and more difficult. The pain or injury may be debilitating, and may keep you from leading a normal life or working, but the term “pain” is subjective and is difficult to measure. Oftentimes, the pain or limitation actually experienced by the claimant […]

  Well, here we go again with another jab at the withdrawn, idled, mind-guzzling affects the Xbox has on the cyber generation. What’s so bad about the Xbox? Orange County men on disability or fans of the Xbox may not care for Charles Payne’s recent speech to a group of right wings. According to Charles […]

Even though attempts at defunding Obamacare have failed, the opposition is now setting its sights on Social Security and Medicare.  How can this be prevented? President Obama’s 2014 budget involves drastic cuts to Social Security and Medicare that could leave the elderly, retirees, and the disabled in despair.  This move now has him working side-by-side […]

Social Security Disability Insurance faces a major crisis: funds are depleting and cuts have to be made. The growth of SSDI was not an over night thing.  It’s been increasing for decades now.  Only now is when anyone has been taking notice.  But is it too late? Unemployment issues have also seen an increase in […]

Senior Citizens – and many retirees already benefiting from Social Security Retirement – come October 1st will be quickly enrolling for Medicare. But, hey, what happens if you’re already a retiree on Medicare?  What does the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, mean to you?  Matthew Eyles, executive vice president of a healthcare consulting […]