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Social Security Disability Benefits for Injuries Archives

Navigating SSDI for work-related injury and others

The legal system can be a difficult place to navigate for Georgia residents who have not encountered it before. Making matters worse, people are often thrust into the legal system at an unexpected time and not by their own choice. This is typically the case when individuals present a claim for disability benefits after they have suffered a work-related injury.

Are SSDI benefits offset from workers' compensation benefits?

Every month, many Georgia residents face financial difficulties when paying their bills. It can be hard to stretch a paycheck to meet a person's monthly obligations even when times are good, but this challenge becomes much more troublesome when a person suffers a work-related injury that leaves him or her unable to work.

For work-related injury, SSDI benefits may be lifeline

Georgia residents work hard to provide for themselves and their families. It can take many weeks, months or even years to establish a successful career in one's given field, but all of this hard work can be compromised when an individual suffers a work-related injury that leaves the person unable to work.

ALJ's denial of disability benefits overturned on appeal

Georgia residents place a great deal of trust in their doctors and other medical professionals. Unfortunately, this same level of trust is not always followed by others during the process of evaluating a claim for Social Security disability benefits.

What will cause a person to stop receiving disability benefits?

Change is a natural part of life for Georgia residents. Over the years, individuals may change jobs from time to time and see changes in their personal life and family circumstances.

Applying for benefits for a work-related injury

Workplace injuries are unfortunately common. When the injuries are serious, Georgia residents may find themselves unable to do their jobs and may find themselves without the income they need to live their lives. Lost wages can severely impact individuals' abilities to pay their bills, care for their families, and meet their other financial obligations.

Can a person file for retirement and disability at the same time?

When Georgia residents face important decisions in their lives, it always helps to have more options to consider. The choice of one option over another, or the choice of both at once, will depend on the circumstances at issue.

Does your inability to work qualify you for SSD benefits?

Many Georgia residents find a great deal of meaning in their careers. Individuals may spend years, or even decades, building and investing in their career. Given the importance a career has to a person, it can be very disheartening when the person is no longer able to continue working due to an injury.

What is the residual functional capacity?

For many Georgia residents, the legal system can be confusing and intimidating. This is understandable, as individuals typically have little in depth encounters with the legal system until they become personally involved in a case.

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