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Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Improving Accessibility for the Disabled on Airplanes

Q: Are changes coming to improve flying conditions for disabled passengers?

One of the ways that the federal government assists people with disabilities is financially--by offering two different federal disability benefits programs. One is Social Security Disability Insurance (“SSDI”) and the other is Supplemental Security Income (“SSI”). Qualifying for disability benefits in either program requires meeting the government’s definition of being “disabled" and satisfying other qualifying factors that differ for each program.


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Monday, June 11, 2018

Compassionate Allowance List Can Fast Track SSDI Process

Q: Is there a way to expedite my SSDI application decision?

Qualifying for Social Security disability insurance (“SSDI”) benefits requires an applicant to satisfy the government’s definition of "disabled" which, according to the Social Security Administration, means “suffering from a physical or mental impairment that prevents engaging in substantial gainful activities and which has lasted or is expected to last for 12 months or more or resulting in death”. There is an extensive list of disorders and diseases that qualify including heart disease, multiple sclerosis, blindness, post-traumatic stress disorder (“PTSD”), cancer, and many more. One may think it’s easy to check off a condition and quickly qualify for benefits.


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Monday, May 28, 2018

Lessons About Disability from A Prominent Physicists Death

Q: Does every disabled person dream of escaping their disability?

As disability attorneys of Arizona, we fill our days helping the disabled obtain benefits. Sometimes people are born with disabilities and other times the onset of the disability happens gradually or suddenly at some point later in life.


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Friday, May 11, 2018

Workforce Inclusion for the Disabled is Promising


Q: Are the numbers of employable disabled people rising?

It doesn’t matter whether you were born with a disability or acquired it as an unanticipated illness or injury at some point during your lifetime. In either instance, Social Security disability benefits attorneys can help you or a loved one apply for appropriate government benefits.

The Social Security Administration oversees two different federal disability benefits programs. Both require applicants to be suffering from a mental or physical medical condition that satisfies the federal government’s definition of "disabled".
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Tuesday, April 17, 2018

The Secret Threat to Disabled Arizona Homeowners

Q: Can a homeowner’s association foreclose for nonpayment of a homeowner’s single month of dues?

When a life-altering disability unexpectedly strikes you or a loved one, it will disrupt your life regardless of whether you planned well for it or not.

A skilled Arizona disability benefits attorney can help you in applying for disability benefits like Social Security disability insurance (“SSDI”).


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Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Lessons About Disability from Stephen Hawking's Death

Q: Does every disabled person dream of escaping their disability?

As disability attorneys of Arizona, we fill our days helping the disabled obtain benefits. Sometimes people are born with disabilities and other times the onset of the disability happens gradually or suddenly at some point later in life.


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Monday, March 12, 2018

Beyond the Financial Stress of the Disabled


Q: Are the disabled at risk in emergency situations?

The idea of becoming disabled and applying for Social Security disability benefits is frightening. 
The federal government offers two different disability benefits programs through the Social Security Administration. One is Social Security disability insurance (“SSDI”) and the other is supplemental security income (“SSI”).
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Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Beyond the Financial Stress of the Disabled


Q: Are the disabled at risk in emergency situations?

The idea of becoming disabled and applying for Social Security disability benefits is frightening. 
The federal government offers two different disability benefits programs through the Social Security Administration. One is Social Security disability insurance (“SSDI”) and the other is supplemental security income (“SSI”).
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Monday, February 12, 2018

Dispelling the Myth that the SSDI Benefits Recipients Don’t Want to Work

Q: Are Social Security disability benefits recipients really disabled or just lazy?

Qualifying for Social Security disability insurance (“SSDI”) is not always easy. Even those who are ultimately approved, often wait months or even years for that approval, especially since 2/3 of initial applications are denied.


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Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Do I qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance?


Do I qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance?

Helping the disabled navigate the complicated process of applying for Social Security Disability Insurance benefits (“SSDI”) is what Arizona disability attorneys do best.

And considering that approximately 2/3 of all initial applications for SSDI are denied, trusting your application to an Arizona disability law attorney could mean the difference between an application or appeal being granted or denied.
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Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Tax Reform May Impact Disability Benefits


Q: How might income tax reform impact disability benefits?

If you thought applying for Social Security disability benefits in Arizona was confusing, understanding the various programs administered through the Social Security Administration can be just as challenging.

For example, the federal government agency oversees two different disability benefits programs: Social Security Disability Insurance (“SSDI”) and Supplemental Security Income (“SSI”).

Although both disability benefits programs require recipients to satisfy the federal government’s definition of mentally or physically "disabled", both programs have more differences than similarities.
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