One of the strongest pieces of medical evidence you can submit to the Social Security Administration when applying for disability is a medical source statement from one of your medical providers.
After a Social Security Disability hearing, one of the most difficult aspects is waiting for the hearing decision to arrive in the mail. And then, what happens if you do not receive a Fully Favorable hearing decision?
The Social Security Administration (SSA) has enacted regulations that are designed to help military veterans who have applied for benefits.
The Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act allows a tax-free savings account to be created for a disabled child without risking eligibility for other public assistance.
Social Security Disability provides payments to individuals who used to work in the past but now can't work due to a sickness or injury.