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best lawyer for Social Security disability
January 21, 2022

How to Choose the Best Lawyers for Social Security Disability Cases

Though hiring an attorney for your Social Security case isn’t a requirement, it can make all the difference when it comes to being approved for benefits. When you consider the amount of paperwork, medical documentation and other information that needs to be collected, choosing to hire legal representation could significantly help your case. Not sure… Read more »

can you work part-time on social security disability
December 20, 2021

Can You Work Part-Time on Social Security Disability?

Many people who are in the process of applying for Social Security disability benefits wonder: “Can you work part-time on Social Security disability?” A large part of applying for disability benefits is that you are unable to sustain regular, full-time work due to medical complications or conditions.

maine disability benefits
December 01, 2021

5 Factors to Consider Before You Apply for Maine Disability Benefits

Every year, millions of Americans apply for Social Security disability benefits as a financial resource. However, not all applicants are guaranteed to receive benefits depending on their situation. If you are disabled and considering applying for disability, there are several factors to keep in mind before proceeding with the application. Below, we’ve put together some… Read more »

disability lawyer costs
November 22, 2021

Determining Social Security Disability Lawyer Costs

If you are disabled, unable to work and needing financial assistance, the definitive next step is to apply for Social Security disability benefits. Hiring an experienced disability attorney to represent your case will significantly increase your chances of getting approved for benefits, but what would you have to pay for legal services? Don’t worry –… Read more »

November 01, 2021

Social Security Disability and Medicare: How Does It Work?

Most often associated with seniors, Medicare was created to support those 65+ or younger than 65 with disabilities. So how does Medicare come into the picture if you are already receiving Social Security disability benefits? We highlight the relationship between Social Security disability and Medicare below so you can better understand your options.