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If you have lupus — an autoimmune disorder affecting as many as 1.5 million people in the U.S. alone — you likely experience debilitating symptoms, including joint pain and stiffness, inflammation, unexplained fevers, and even fatigue. Lupus can make it challenging, if not impossible, to work if flare-ups are consistent. If so, you may qualify...

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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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Can I Work Part-Time And Still Get Disability? Filing a successful claim for disability benefits is often a challenging and lengthy process. Once a disability attorney helps you secure benefits to sustain your livelihood, you must abide by certain rules to keep your government payments intact. While you certainly don’t want to jeopardize losing disability...

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If you are 60 or older and a disability prevents you from working, you can maximize your Social Security retirement benefits – and you may find it easier to be approved for disability also. This post will outline how you can qualify for disability benefits and hold off on your retirement benefits at the same...

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