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July 2014 Archives

$288 million project to improve Social Security fails to work

Any person who is applying for Social Security disability benefits in Georgia should be aware of the inevitable complications that can arise throughout the process. People who are trying to navigate the system alone can get frustrated and may ultimately give up or accept a denied application. However, with a little information and some legal support, people can have the confidence to aggressively pursue the benefits they deserve.

Why veterans continue to struggle for disability benefits

When a person is sick or injured and is no longer able to work, he or she may be eligible to collect Social Security Disability Insurance benefits. This money is crucial in helping people cover medical expenses and replace a portion of their lost wages. However, veterans who are injured or sick as a result of their service to this country also may be eligible for relief from benefits available through Veterans Affairs. 

Report: 80 percent of people with mental health issues unemployed

We have often explored the challenges that people with a mental illness or disability face when it comes to securing benefits from programs like Social Security disability and Supplemental Security Income. These are crucial resources for people who are unable to work due to a qualifying mental condition or disorder. 

Researchers report promising advances in treating blindness

One of the most damaging and life-altering injuries people can suffer is one that affects their eyes and/or vision. The ability to see is something that many of us may take for granted on a daily basis. However, when a person loses their sight after a catastrophic accident, his or her life will undoubtedly and dramatically change.

What you should know if your initial SSDI application is denied

The benefits that are available through Social Security can be crucial for disabled workers in Atlanta who, due to a physical or mental condition, can no longer work and earn a living. Unfortunately, applying for and actually receiving these benefits can be a very frustrating and time-consuming process. Those who are currently navigating through this complex system may find some comfort in knowing that they are certainly not alone.

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