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Qualifying for disability benefits with compassionate allowances

This blog recently discussed eligibility for Social Security disability insurance or SSDI benefits. To better understand these benefits, it is helpful to be familiar with different ways disabled individuals may qualify. Disabled individuals may have heard that they can qualify for benefits based on a list of compassionate allowances and may have concerns about what that is.

Am I eligible for Social Security disability benefits?

Knowing if you are eligible for Social Security disability benefits is important for disabled individuals to be aware of. The process of applying for benefits can be challenging, while at the same time the benefits can be much needed so it helps to be familiar with the requirements to be eligible for Social Security disability benefits.

Workers' compensation protections for Alabama workers

Workers' compensation benefits stand at the ready as an important protection for injured workers in Alabama. Because of how important workers' compensation benefits can be to help get injured workers back on their feet and to help with their medical care and lost earnings, it is helpful for injured workers to fully understand these benefits and how to access them.

The appeal process for Social Security disability

Workers' compensation benefits are a vital resource for injured workers and their families to be familiar with. Workers' compensation benefits can provide badly-needed benefits to injured workers as they struggle to heal and recover following a workplace accident and injury. Harm suffered as the result of an occupational illness is also covered by workers' compensation benefits.

The appeal process for Social Security Disability

Because many Social Security disability applications are initially denied, it is important for disabled individuals seeking benefits to know that they can appeal a denial of benefits. There is a process provided to appeal a denial of Social Security disability insurance (SSDI) claim that has several phases to it that disabled individuals should be familiar with.

What is required for the work history component of SSD benefits?

Qualifying for Social Security disability (SSD) benefits can be a vital lifeline for many disabled individuals. There are two primary components to qualifying for benefits, and disabled individuals seeking benefits should ensure that they have all their questions regarding these important components answered.

How to appeal a denial of Social Security disability benefits

This blog recently discussed how disabled individuals can qualify for Social Security disability benefits. Because Social Security disability (SSD) benefits can be difficult to obtain, and many applicants for disability benefits are initially denied, it is helpful for disabled individuals seeking benefits to also understand the appeals process if their application for benefits has been denied.

How to qualify for Social Security disability benefits

Disabled individuals may want to return to work after suffering their disability but may find that they are unable to do so. It may be overwhelming and alarming all at once to not know how they will support themselves or their family which is why disabled individuals should be familiar with resources available to help them such as Social Security disability (SSD) benefits.

Social Security benefits increasing next year

Disabled individuals who are receiving Social Security Disability benefits, or those seeking to qualify and apply for SSD benefits, will likely be interested to learn that payments for Social Security Disability will increase next year by an amount that is not insignificant. Social Security Disability benefits will increase by 2.8 percent, the Social Security Administration recently released.

Important protections for injured workers are available

When a worker has been injured on the job, the worker and their family members may not know what to do. Fortunately, there are different protections and resources available to help injured workers and their families following a workplace accident.

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