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Social Security & SSI Disability Programs

By admin316 | March 29, 2018

WHERE DOES ALL THIS MONEY COME FROM? Article contributed by David F. Chermol, Esquire The Social Security disability system costs the federal government billions and billions of dollars every single year. So where does this money come from? You. That’s the short answer. But it comes from you in two very different ways reflecting the…

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Cats and the Disabled

By admin316 | March 29, 2018

Article contributed by:  James John, Avid cat lover and author of A to Z Cat Litter (Blog) Cat Lovers May Be on to Something The benefits of having a pet cat are simply summed up as follows: “It’s healthy!”  According to research carried out, cats lighten up a person’s psychological and emotional sides considerably. There…


The Importance of Treatment in Disability Cases

By admin316 | March 28, 2018

Article by:  Dave Chermol, Esquire When you seek to obtain Social Security disability or Supplemental Security Income benefits, you need to be seeing your doctors regularly for whatever physical or mental problems you are having. Think about this: there are nearly 3,000,000 new applications for disability every year. If the Social Security Administration (SSA) gave…

You Forgot To Add Life Waiver of Premium? Really?

By admin316 | January 4, 2018

The frequency with which I see disability claimants not properly protected, not having life insurance waivers of premium (LWOP) on personally-owned coverage, is astonishing. The risk of life insurance coverage lapsing when a disability claim is made and LWOP is missing is too high to ignore. The additional cost to cover the premiums ranges from about 3% for someone in his 20’s to about…

Health, Productivity and Overall Well Being

By admin316 | January 3, 2018

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Sources of Disability Benefits That May Be Planned For Prior To a Claim

By admin316 | January 3, 2018

Sources of Disability Benefits That May Be Planned For Prior To a Claim Article by:  Caryn E. Montague, RHU, LUTCF; Diplomate- American Board of Disability Advocates The best thing you can do ahead of any leave of absence is plan. In the event you can no longer work due to a disability, having considered your…

How Can We Help YOU With Your Disability Claim?

By admin316 | January 1, 2018

Nationwide Assistance  Social Security, SSI Disability Veterans Disability Short & Long-Term Disability Patient Advocacy Wherever You Are In The United States YOU can HAVE EXPERT HELP for ALL YOUR DISABILITY CLAIM NEEDS Our representatives, attorneys, vocational experts, insurance specialists and other professional are here because of you. Our experienced and knowledgeable advocates became experts in…

Your Experience with the Disability Process

By admin316 | December 31, 2017

Good, Wonderful!  Ugly, Or Downright Ugly! We want to know about your disability application process experience!  Did you ultimately get approved?  How long did it take you to get through the system? Have you been fighting for years?  Have you applied for benefits and been denied?  Did you give up?  What if anything do you…

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When Should You Hire An Attorney? Long-Term Disability

By admin316 | December 31, 2017

Article written and provided by: Jeremy Bordelon, Esquire (Jeremy’s Profile) Evergreen Disability Law Portland, Oregon Many times, people who get a disability insurance denial will not know what to do next.  Do you appeal on your own?  Hire an attorney now?  Hire one later?  Sometimes, the first thing they do is to contact their State’s…


By admin316 | December 30, 2017

I DON’T GO TO THE DOCTOR. CAN I GET DISABILITY? Article written and provided By David F. Chermol, Esquire (See Dave’s profile here) Probably not. If you do not treat regularly for your medical problems, you probably cannot win your case. There are some rare instances where this is not true. But generally you must…

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