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Do you receive disability payments — or are you considering applying for to help you make ends meet now that you are disabled? With the holidays fast approaching, you may be wondering if you could use those benefits to purchase gifts for your family. Every little bit helps, right?  In this blog post, Watson and...

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If you’re disabled and cannot work, you may qualify for disability. Beyond the approval process, there are a lot of questions that can arise from collecting disability benefits. Here’s one: Is the money you receive to support yourself taxable? You may wonder how your monthly disability benefits will affect your tax return. This post will...

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The statistics are real: millions of people apply for Social Security disability benefits every year, but only 30 percent are approved the first go-round. Why? Disability claims are denied for a handful of reasons, many of which are avoidable with the help of a disability lawyer.  This blog looks at the most common reasons disability...

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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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If you’re reading this post, chances are that you or someone you love is unable to work due to an injury, illness or other medical condition. The Social Security Administration’s disability insurance and supplemental security income programs pay monthly benefits to people who become disabled before they reach retirement age.  While the program has helped...

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