Social Security Disability Resource Links
The Social Security Disability benefits you receive are based on your work history. If you are disabled and think you may qualify for benefits, contact our firm today to schedule a consultation and case evaluation with a Social Security Disability attorney.
Social Security Online
The U.S. Social Security Administration (SSA) is dedicated to protecting individuals’ economic security through programs including Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI).
Look here for useful information from the Social Security Administration (SSA) about Social Security Disability benefits and how to apply for them.
If you become disabled and your condition is expected to last for at least one year (or end in death), consider applying for Social Security Disability benefits. The sooner you start the application process, the less time you will have to wait for your benefits. The process can take a long time and require intensive documentation. It may be necessary to appeal a negative decision. The help of an attorney from McKown & Myers, LLP in Marion, IN, can guide you through the complex and demanding process.
Medline Plus: Disabilities
The U.S. National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health provide health information and numerous other resources for people with disabilities.
What You Should Know before You Apply for Social Security Disability Benefits
The Social Security Administration answers frequently asked questions about Social Security Disability benefits.
Social Security Treatise
The Legal Information Institute (LII) offers extensive information on Social Security, including the text of the Social Security Act.
Department of Labor Disability Resources
The U.S. government provides a central location for resources for the disabled and their loved ones.
Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities (CCD)
The Consortium is a coalition of about 100 U.S. disability organizations striving to protect the rights and empowerment of people with disabilities.
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Home Page
The ADA protects most workers from discrimination based on their disabilities.
Your Right to Representation
Social Security Online explains how to work with an attorney or other representative during the Social Security Disability benefits application process.
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