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SSDI & Diabetes
SSDI & Diabetes

The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases defines diabetes as “a disease that occurs when your blood glucose, also called blood sugar, is too high.” Sometimes, our bodies don’t make enough insulin (a hormone that helps the glucose from food be used ...

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Blog posts in Disability

  • Social Security is Important to Young People Too

    Social Security does more than provide benefits to disabled and retired workers, it helps America’s families too. According to the Social Security ...

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  • SSI Disability Income Limits: What Is Considered Income?

    For 2014, the federal benefit rate (FBR) is $721 a month for an individual, and $1,082 for a couple . This FBR describes the maximum benefit payment, ...

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  • Do I Have to Be a U.S. Citizen to Apply for Social Security Disability?

    Not necessarily. For non-citizens who have paid certain taxes and are lawful permanent residents or are on valid nonimmigrant visas, it might be ...

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  • Appealing Disability Insurance Denials: Will You Win?

    If you are interested in appealing disability insurance, you should talk with an attorney. A lot of disability claims are denied the first time around ...

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  • Benefits Cut Imminent for SSDI Recipients?

    According to NBC News, disabled recipients of Social Security may be facing a hefty benefits cut. According to the reports, the SSA's reserves may run ...

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  • Widows or Widowers and Disability for Survivors

    If you are widow or a widower of a person who was receiving SSDI benefits, there is a chance that you can still benefit from those payments after your ...

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  • SSDI Hearing Discusses Determination Appeals Process

    An administrative law judge who helps to decide SSDI claims says that he wants more information in order to make informed and fair decisions on SSDI ...

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  • Why a Disability Lawyer Could Make All the Difference in Your Case

    Are you planning to file for disability, we highly suggest that you hire a lawyer to assist you. We believe that hiring an attorney can be the most ...

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  • Is Your Condition "Severe" Enough for SSDI?

    In order to receive SSDI benefits, you will need to prove that your condition is "severe." This means evidencing that your condition interferes with ...

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