Social Security Disability
The Social Security Administration provides financial benefits for many different types of disabilities – which can make it difficult to determine whether yourself or a loved one may be eligible to receive benefits. Following is some general information and a few...read more
Many people are not aware that mental disorders and learning disorders can qualify for disability benefits under the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and/or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) programs. It’s also not commonly known that some children with...read more
If you or someone you love are disabled, you may be eligible to receive financial assistance through the Social Security Administration. But before applying for disability benefits, you need to understand the difference between the two programs offered: Social...read more
Many people who receive Social Security disability benefits are not aware that some of their family members may be eligible for benefits as well. The fact is that some members of your family may be eligible to receive up to 50 percent of your disability benefit amount...read more
If you receive Social Security disability benefits there’s good news – you should be getting a fairly significant increase in your monthly checks in 2019. A cost of living adjustment (COLA) for social security recipients is expected to result in an increase of up to...read more
Social Security Disability is a vital source of income for people who are unable to work because of an injury or medical condition. Applying for SSD can be a drawn-out and complicated process, but it is well worth it in order for someone in need of benefits to support...read more
Many people believe that you must have a physical medical condition to qualify for Social Security Disability – but that is simply not the case. People who suffer from certain mental disorders may also qualify for disability. There are quite a few mental disorders...read more
Many people suffer from medical conditions that they do not realize would qualify them for Social Security Administration disability benefits. The typical worker normally considers standard retirement based on age after working a career, but the truth is that...read more
What is the SSA Compassionate Allowance Program? The Social Security Administration started a program called the Compassionate Allowance Program in 2008. It was started because the process of getting approved for Social Security Disability can be a tedious one. It can...read more
For a Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) claim to prevail, the claimant must submit medical records that demonstrates (a) the claimant has a disability and (b) the disability's severity precludes the claimant from work. Because SSDI is permanent disability,...read more
Our Social Security Disability Attorney
Contact us right away by phone (337) 942-6529 if you have been denied Social Security Disability.
Regardless of the reason that you were denied, your chances of getting approved will be much better if you have a Louisiana Social Security disability attorney. Morrow, Gates& Morrow, LLC., located in Opelousas, LA will help you prepare the documents you need to file for Social Security. They can also help you file an appeal.
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