The Effect Of Alcoholism And Drug Addiction On Disability Benefits

Although alcoholism is a chronic disease which cannot be cured and affects large sections of the population, it is not a condition for which a person can receive social security disability benefits. Similarly, people who are addicted or dependent on drugs for daily functioning are not automatically awarded disability benefits based on the drug addiction […]

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Receiving Disability Benefits After A Car Accident

Injuries sustained as a result of a car accident can vary greatly depending on the seriousness of the accident. Some people are able to walk away with minor cuts and bruises, while others receive fractures or worse. Because Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits are sometimes perceived as benefits that are paid out whenever a […]

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Law Offices of Kenneth Hiller Obtains $182,208.02 Award on Behalf of Mentally Disabled Veteran from Department of Veterans Affairs

Donald J. volunteered to join the Army during the height of the Iraq war.  Unfortunately, after going through basic training, he suffered an initial onset of schizophrenia just as he was about to deploy.  These same symptoms have continued to significantly interfere with his ability to work and function ever since.  When he applied for […]

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Medicare Coverage For Disability Benefits Recipients

Generally, a person with a medical condition or disability that keeps him from working or doing other daily activities can qualify for disability benefits through Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or, if they also meet the financial requirements, through Supplemental Security Income (SSI).  Once a person receives benefits through these government programs for a period […]

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