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Monthly Archives: August 2019

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Breaking Down the SSA’s “Technical Rationale” in an SSDI Denial

By Steinhardt, Siskind and Lieberman, LLC |

Many applicants are shocked when they file a seemingly rightful claim for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits, only to receive a denial letter from the Social Security Administration (SSA). It’s important to realize that such a response doesn’t mean you’re not disabled. The denial may be due to a lack of information, insufficient… Read More »

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Supplemental Security Income (SSI) for Children: What Parents Need to Know

By Steinhardt, Siskind and Lieberman, LLC |

Raising a child is costly, but it can be even more expensive if he or she suffers from a disability that requires special attention. Fortunately, some of the same benefits provided to adults through Supplemental Security Income (SSI) also extend to children who suffer from certain medical ailments. As with other programs of the… Read More »

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What Does a Social Security Disability Attorney Do?

By Steinhardt, Siskind and Lieberman, LLC |

If you suffer from a medical condition that limits you or prevents you from working, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. However, meeting the strict qualifications rules is more complicated than you’d expect. According to data from the Social Security Administration (SSA), only 28 percent of people are approved… Read More »

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Overview of Alleged Onset Date for Purposes of SSDI

By Steinhardt, Siskind and Lieberman, LLC |

When you apply for benefits under the federal Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) program, one piece of information you must supply is your “Alleged Onset Date” (AOD) – which is the date you assert your disability began. If the Social Security Administration (SSA) eventually approves your application, you may qualify to receive retroactive payments… Read More »

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