Qualifying for Benefits With An Anxiety Disorder

Posted on May 24th, 2016 by Angela Davis-Morris

Panic disorders and anxiety are two extremely serious conditions. In severe cases, these disorders are debilitating and can prevent people from being able to work in normal environments. Proving disability when it comes to a mental illness can be difficult. However, it is not impossible, particularly if you hire a disability attorney that understands the […]

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What Will I Testify About?

Posted on April 14th, 2016 by Angela Davis-Morris

When facing a disability hearing, whether at the appeals stage or for the first time, it is important to know what you will be testifying about so you can prepare. One of the best ways you can prepare is by hiring a Social Security disability attorney, as they have the experience and know-how to get […]

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Family Members Eligible for SSDI Benefits

Posted on March 16th, 2016 by Angela Davis-Morris

By qualifying for Social Security disability benefits, some of your family members may also be eligible for benefits. The specifics of the rules are rather intricate, so if you believe you are eligible under a parent or spouse, contact Davis-Morris Law Firm for your free consultation. Spouses When you are a spouse of someone on […]

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Social Security and Children

Posted on February 24th, 2016 by Angela Davis-Morris

Whenever a child is sick, the parent will do everything they can to help them. If a serious disease, such as cancer, is diagnosed in a child, Social Security benefits are often available. Parents often need help with medical costs, along with supplemental income, as many parents have to take off time from work to […]

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Reporting Changes to Social Security

Posted on January 22nd, 2016 by Angela Davis-Morris

What happens after you have won your Social Security disability benefits and something changes in your life? The Social Security Administration does require you to report any changes that will affect the amount you are receiving in benefits. Whether this change affects your eligibility, or if it would affect where you are receiving your benefits, […]

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