Covid-19 Long Haulers and Disability Benefits

“I contracted covid-19 at the beginning of the pandemic, but I still can’t work.  Am I eligible for disability benefits?”  This is one of the most common questions I get these days.  While many people who contract covid-19 recover and return to life as normal, emerging studies show that many otherwise healthy people are sufferingContinue reading “Covid-19 Long Haulers and Disability Benefits”

Covid-19 and Your Disability Hearing

Regardless of where you stand on the political issues that surround the covid-19 pandemic, one thing is certain – life as we know it was upended in March of 2020.  Almost no facet of society escaped covid-19 unscathed, and the Social Security disability process has been no exception.  As health officials learned more and moreContinue reading “Covid-19 and Your Disability Hearing”

As Seen on TV- Disability Cases?

“You can’t handle the truth!” – A Few Good Men “If we are to have faith in justice, we need only to believe in ourselves.  And ACT with justice.  See, I believe there is justice in our hearts.” – The Verdict “Uh . . . everything that guy just said is bull***.” – My CousinContinue reading “As Seen on TV- Disability Cases?”

What your social media says about you

Do you have a facebook account?  Twitter?  Instagram?  The number of social media platforms available in 2020 is astounding.  People are posting about their lives from the moment they wake up in the morning until they go to bed at night.  Even those that aren’t fans of social media find this platform useful for thingsContinue reading “What your social media says about you”

Protecting Those who Protect and Serve

By Rachael Pas Are you a disabled veteran?  Is someone you love a disabled veteran?  American veterans face a unique set of challenges in today’s society, from accessing adequate healthcare to understanding benefits potentially available to them.  After serving their country faithfully, many struggle to make ends meet on their monthly VA disability benefit alone.Continue reading “Protecting Those who Protect and Serve”