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Disability Law Offices of Tony Adderley


Social Security Back Pay Benefits
  • By: Tony Adderley
  • Published: November 18, 2015

In some cases, the Social Security Administration may require you to undergo a consultative medical exam. The claims examiner in your place may ask you to undergo a medical checkup or an examination by a doctor. This consultative medical exam is not conducted by a doctor who works for the federal agency. These doctors are independent physicians, who might be…Read More

  • By: Tony Adderley
  • Published: November 16, 2015

According to statistics, as many as 70% of Social Security claims are denied every year. That is an unfortunate fact that millions of Social Security applicants have to face. You may believe that your disability leaves you impaired and incapable of working, and therefore eligible for benefits, but that may not necessarily be how the Social Security Administration sees it.…Read More

Social Security Disability Communication Options For Blind Claimants
  • By: Tony Adderley
  • Published: November 13, 2015

The Social Security Administration offers a number of accommodations for blind persons claiming benefits. Blind persons already have different SGA limits, as well as accommodations when it comes to processing their disability benefits claims. Apart from this, the federal agency also makes it easier for blind persons to get in touch with the agency, and also offers a number of…Read More

How To Apply For Disability Benefits When You Suffer From Multiple Sclerosis
  • By: Tony Adderley
  • Published: November 11, 2015

Multiple sclerosis is a chronic autoimmune condition that is progressive, and is marked by impaired functioning of the central nervous system. That includes impaired functioning of the brain, and spinal cord. A person, who suffers from multiple sclerosis, can expect his condition to worsen over a period of time. In the later stages of the disease, multiple sclerosis patients may…Read More

  • By: Tony Adderley
  • Published: November 9, 2015

Every year, the Social Security Administration automatically adjusts earnings amounts, SGA levels, and other measures that it uses to determine payments. Facebook-Here are the automatic Social Security Administration adjustments for 2015, effective since January 1 this year. The Social Security Administration annually adjusts a number of measures that it uses to determine whether a person qualifies for benefits, or to…Read More

When Does The Ssa Decide To Cease Disability Benefits
  • By: Tony Adderley
  • Published: November 6, 2015

Benefits under the Social Security Disability Insurance program are not permanent. If your claim is approved, and you begin receiving benefits, the Social Security Administration continues to retain the right to cease your benefits or stop your payments, at any time in the future if certain criteria are met. If you are currently receiving Social Security Disability Insurance benefits, and…Read More

Social Security
  • By: Tony Adderley
  • Published: November 5, 2015

The Social Security’s Disability Insurance program and the Supplemental Security Income program are both managed by the Social Security Administration. However, both of these programs are separate from each other and independent of each other. In some cases however, a person may be eligible for benefits under both of the programs. For instance, it takes five months of waiting for…Read More

  • By: Tony Adderley
  • Published: November 2, 2015

ubstantial Gainful Activity refers to a certain level of work activity and earnings. For a work activity to be considered “substantial,” it must involve significant mental or physical activity, or a combination of both physical and mental activity. The Social Security Administration will consider whether you are able to engage in substantial gainful activity, before it decides whether you are…Read More

How To Recover Social Security Benefits For Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
  • By: Tony Adderley
  • Published: October 30, 2015

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease is a chronic condition that makes it difficult for a person to breathe. A person who suffers from Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease suffers from a group of lung conditions that make it difficult for the person to breathe. Typically, the condition is caused by damage to the lungs, usually over a period of time. The conditions…Read More

Social Security
  • By: Tony Adderley
  • Published: October 28, 2015

As part of its process of determining who requires Social Security disability benefits, and who is now able to return to work without support from disability benefits, the Social Security Administration will conduct periodic evaluations of your condition. The agency will contact your medical officers, doctor, hospitals, and go through your medical records in order to determine whether there have…Read More

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