Do you use social media? If you do, you’re certainly not alone! Most people use some form of social media, whether that’s Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or another platform.
Social media can be a good way to keep in touch with far-flung friends and family and to share things you care about. However, if you’re applying for Social Security Disability benefits, social media can be a minefield.
Today, we’re sharing what you need to know about social media and SSDI: will Social Security Disability look at your Facebook account? What can you share, and what should you keep to yourself? Keep reading to find out.
As attorneys for Social Security, we don’t just get questions about how to file for SSDI benefits; we also get many questions regarding what happens after the claim is approved. One such question is, “Are SSDI benefits taxed?” Let’s answer that question!
There was already a backlog of Social Security Disability appeals. Now, the pandemic has increased the backlog and wait times. The Social Security lawyers at Casper & Casper explain how the pandemic might affect your case—and what to do in response.
Do you have to have a permanent disability to get SSDI benefits? Or do short-term medical conditions qualify? Keep reading to find out. Plus, learn other important information you need to know when applying for SSDI benefits.
It’s hard enough to deal with a long-term illness or disability. But when you add a complex court case that’s stacked against you on top of that? It’s more than anyone should have to handle alone! With everything going on in the world right now, it might seem like a good idea to wait until things calm down to file for SSDI, but that’s not what is in your best interest. In fact, we recommend you start right away. Today, if possible! Why the urgency? Keep reading to understand why you shouldn’t wait to file for Social Security Disability benefits.
We’ve worked with many a young person who is disabled and worried about supporting themselves. They want to know: what are their options? Can young adults get SSDI benefits? What if they don’t qualify Today, we’re giving an overview of how SSDI works for young adults who become disabled. Keep reading to learn more about this important topic.
Social Security Disability Insurance is a type of insurance that covers workers who become temporarily or permanently disabled. To qualify, you need to meet certain medical and work requirements.