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What Is Social Security Disability?

When it comes to finding Dallas Social Security Disability Lawyers you can trust, it is always important to look for someone who understands illness and injury related to employment…

What Is Supplemental Social Security Income?

SSI is administered by the Social Security Administration (SSA) and is designed to provide a minimum income to individuals who are blind or disabled, but are unable to qualify for regular Social Security benefits…

Am I Eligible?

One of the key questions that clients often ask their Dallas Social Security Attorney is how the Social Security Administration defines disability in order to determine eligibility for disability benefits…

Tips on Appealing (and Applying)

Applying and appealing for Social Security Disability is often a difficult process that can be expedited by a Social Security Dallas Attorney. There are some steps you can take to make the process go as smoothly as possible, from the early stages of filing to filing for an appeal if your disability claim is rejected…

Are You Likely to Qualify for Social Security Benefits?

If you are wondering if you are likely to qualify for Social Security disability benefits, ask yourself the following questions to assess your likelihood of qualifying.  Remember that going to a Dallas Social Security Lawyer residents can trust will greatly increase your chances of winning…

Common Reasons for Social Security Denials

During the process of applying or Social Security disability benefits, it’s important to make sure your claim does not have any errors. Nearly two thirds of all claims are initially denied, many because they were rife with errors…

Medical Treatment: A Critical Component to a Successful Social Security Disability Claim

Avoidable mistakes can easily lead to a denial when you make a Social Security disability claim. One of the most common mistakes is failing to obtain the appropriate medical care. 

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