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Autism Spectrum Disorder is a complex developmental condition primarily affecting behavior, socialization, and communication. The effects of Autism Spectrum Disorder and the severity of symptoms is different in each person diagnosed. The condition can cause difficulty relating and communicating with others. Autism Spectrum Disorder often causes someone to zero in on a single topic and,...

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Disability benefits are fixed income, keeping many families on a tight budget to cover living expenses. The good news is that the minor child or children of a disabled parent can collect Social Security benefits  themselves — even though they likely don’t have a disability.  This blog covers how much the child of a disabled...

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If you are unable to work because of a medical condition, you may qualify for disability benefits from the Social Security Administration (SSA). This blog provides answers some of our clients’ most frequently asked questions about the Social Security disability program and applying for benefits.  Nebraska Social Security Disability Lawyer  Watson & Carroll, P.C., L.L.O.’s...

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If you’re veteran who is unable to work because of your military service, there is good news: You are eligible to receive both VA disability compensation and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) at the same time — if you meet the criteria. This blog details how you can apply for benefits and how the programs...

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There are many reasons an adult or child might have a prosthetic limb: genetic disorders, birth defects, accidents, war injuries, or medical conditions. Prosthetic limbs, including their performance, feel, comfort and mobility, have advanced the last few decades. Many amputees live normal, productive lives with little to no limitations. This blog reviews whether having a...

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More than 10 million people throughout the United States receive disability benefits from the Social Security Administration, according to a 2015 agency report. About 1.5% of Nebraska’s population receives Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and about 4% of the state’s population receives Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). This means 5.5% of Nebraskans receive disability benefits. This...

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