Your work history plays a significant role in determining your eligibility for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. These two programs are designed to provide financial assistance to individuals who are unable to work due to a disability. Qualifying for SSDI w/ Work Credits To qualify for SSDI, you must The post How Your Work History Impacts Social Security Disability Eligibility appeared first on Tacoma Disability.
Applying for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits through Social Security can be frustrating, complex, and time-consuming. When you’re living with a disability that renders you unable to work and you need that money, it’s a level of stress you frankly don’t need. While for many, having the best disability attorney in your corner is essential The post Explained: What Social Security considers a presumptive disability appeared first on Tacoma Disability.
Social Security Disability Benefits can be necessary for people who are unable to work yet still need to pay their bills. Qualifying for these literal life-saving benefits can be a complicated process that adds even more stress to a life already burdened with the inability to work. To access these benefits, you’ll have to meet The post What Is a Sedentary Job, And How Do I Know If I Can’t Perform One? appeared first on Tacoma Disability.
What is a holographic will? A holographic will is a handwritten will signed exclusively by the individual making the will. State laws vary regarding the legality of holographic wills. Some states recognize holographic wills only from active members of the military. Other state probate courts require two witness signatures on a holographic will to confirm… The post What is a Holographic Will? appeared first on Lilac City Estate Planning.
Do you know five reasons you should have a will? It may be uncomfortable to talk about your will. However, it is an essential conversation if you are married, have children, own a business, or possess any number of assets. Let’s explore some of the reasons why adults should have a will. 5 Reasons You… The post Five Reasons You Should Have a Will appeared first on Lilac City Estate Planning.
Can you override a power of attorney? Medical and financial powers of attorney (POA) are incredibly powerful and versatile documents. They provide the POA holder, or agent, with the ability to make life-or-death decisions on behalf of the person who executed the POA. However, these powers aren’t without limits, and there are several situations in… The post Can You Override a Power of Attorney? appeared first on Lilac City Estate Planning.
Picking the right doctor is probably the most important part of your Worker’s Compensation case in Georgia. The right doctor will not only help you get better. The doctor will advocate for you in your case and won’t let the adjustor push him/her around when it comes to returning you to work. On the other … Continued The post Which Worker’s Compensation Doctor Should I Pick of the Panel of Physicians? appeared first on Joel Thrift Law.
Claiming Social Security can be a long process, but it’s one that can leave you with life-saving benefits that let you live with dignity even after suffering an injury or developing a condition that leaves you unable to work. Social Security Disability Benefits can be difficult to get, and it’s common for applicants to be … Continued The post When Can you Claim Social Security? appeared first on Joel Thrift Law.
Social Security Disability benefits ensure that workers who sustain injuries or develop conditions that prevent them from working are still financially covered. Disabilities can come in many different forms, as both physical and mental conditions can qualify. If a person with a disability is approved for benefits they will receive regular payments from the U.S. Social Security Administration, an agency of … Continued The post How to apply for Social Security appeared first on Joel Thrift Law.