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Social Security Disability Benefits for Illnesses Archives

What illnesses may qualify for SSD benefits?

Living with a chronic or severe illness is not easy. The individual affected may suffer from pain, exhaustion and other debilitating symptoms. Georgia residents may wonder what types of illnesses may be covered by Social Security disability insurance benefits.

Millions celebrate anniversary of Social Security program

There have been many important programs established throughout history that greatly impact the everyday lives of Georgia residents. It is important to have an awareness of this history and of how individuals can use these programs when needed.

How long does it take to receive SSD benefits?

When Georgia residents are in need of serious help, they often cannot afford to wait for that help to arrive. This is often the case when it comes to financial matters, as a person may not be able to do anything to delay his or her financial needs while the person waits for financial assistance to arrive.

Dealing with heart disease? Look into SSDI benefits

There are few things that Georgia residents value more than their personal health. A person's health can influence virtually everything in his or her life, including the person's ability to perform basic daily activities and carry on employment.

Can a person qualify for SSD benefits outside the Listing?

There can be many different ways of reaching the same goal for Georgia residents. While one road may work better for some, others may prefer or need to go down a different path to reach the same goal.

What impairments qualify a person as disabled for SSD benefits?

On many occasions in Georgia residents' lives, individuals have to pass certain tests and qualifications in order to reach a goal. Whether it is in school, at work, in getting a driver's license or in many other areas of life, the qualifications exist to make sure the person is able to achieve the goal.

Helping you navigate through the Social Security benefits process

With the New Year now here, many Georgia residents have made resolutions for different ways in which they wish to improve their lives. For some individuals, health concerns top the list, as they are looking to improve their physical and mental well-being. For others, financial goals may be in mind, including improving their savings or paying down debt.

Working with clients to build a case for disability benefits

While the holiday season can be an enjoyable time of year for Atlanta residents, it can also present financial challenges due to the increased expenses that inevitably arise. This is particularly true for those who have lost their jobs and are dealing with medical bills and other living expenses.

Putting your best foot forward in a Social Security benefit claim

No matter how hard Georgia residents try, it can be difficult to stay on top of one's finances. Just with the rising costs of basic living expenses alone, individuals may find it hard to pay all of their monthly bills on a fixed salary. Making matters worse, when a person's ability to earn income is affected by unforeseen circumstances, it can leave the person with few options for paying their monthly obligations.

CDC estimates 29 million people in the U.S. have diabetes

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 29 million people in the U.S. are believed to have diabetes. Of those individuals in the U.S. suffering from diabetes, the CDC estimates that approximately 28 percent or roughly 8 million have not received a formal diagnosis and are therefore likely not taking appropriate measures to treat their serious medical condition.

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