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If you are unable to work because of a medical condition, you may qualify for disability benefits. What if you have a family? Your dependents may be eligible to receive benefits from your claim as well. In this blog post, Watson and Carroll, LLC, PC, discusses dependents receiving benefits from your disability claim as well...

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How do you survive financially on disability benefits? It’s a fixed income. If you’re disabled and can no longer work, can you receive enough money to support yourself — just like you did when you were working? This is a legitimate worry for some who are considering applying for disability benefits with the help of an...

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Are you getting married? Congratulations! Marriage often means a combining of certain assets as well as income. But what if you’re disabled and living on a fixed income when you meet your partner? If you are disabled and receiving monthly disability benefits, you may be wondering how getting married could affect the size of your...

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If you are unable to work full-time because of a medical condition, you may qualify for disability benefits from the Social Security Administration. While those monthly benefits can help with basic living expenses and the costs associated with medical care….what if you want to work just a bit to save money for something special, or...

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If you have been awarded disability benefits because of a successful claim, you may be left wondering if they could be taken away — and if so, under what circumstances? In this blog post, the team at Watson and Carroll, P.C., L.L.O., discusses if you can lose disability benefits, and if so, what you can...

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The Social Security Administration awards presumptive disability to those expected to qualify for Supplemental Security Income (SSI). This means that those who are eligible for presumptive disability will start receiving disability benefits while they are awaiting a decision on their disability claim. In this blog post, the disability team at Watson & Carroll discusses presumptive...

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