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Teen organizes fundraiser to combat Huntington’s

Posted on August 23rd, 2012 by Jeffrey Rabin

Huntington’s Disease is a condition that can ultimately prevent people from working. People suffering from it often apply for Social Security disability benefits, and in fact, it is scheduled to be added to the Social Security Administration’s compassionate allowances list. Huntington’s Disease typically shortens a person’s life by about 20 years. It’s an incurable condition […]

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Which diseases qualify for Social Security disability benefits?

Posted on August 17th, 2012 by Jeffrey Rabin

People often wonder, “If I have such-and-such disease, will I qualify for Social Security disability benefits?” Usually the answer is, “It depends.” The Social Security Administration does have a compassionate allowances list, which identifies medical conditions that invariably qualify under the “listing of impairments” for benefits. The program was created so that people who are […]

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Who determines disability, and how?

Posted on August 9th, 2012 by Jeffrey Rabin

When people apply for Social Security disability benefits, there are a lot of unknowns. They might wonder, “Would I qualify for disability? How does the Social Security Administration determine if I am disabled? For that matter, who makes that decision?” These are all excellent questions. Generally, the SSA is required to gather a person’s medical […]

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Baby boomers play big role in rise in benefits enrollment

Posted on August 3rd, 2012 by Jeffrey Rabin

The question has come up countless times in recent years: Why are so many more people applying for Social Security disability benefits than in years past? A recent study shows that it’s a number of factors, including an aging baby boomer population and the number of women who have entered the workforce. The study, which […]

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Education Department to revamp disability rules

Posted on July 26th, 2012 by Jeffrey Rabin

Imagine having student loan payments that you are barely able to keep up with. Then you get sick or in an accident, and suddenly you have mounting medical expenses, and are unable to work. Shouldn’t your loans be forgiven if you are genuinely disabled? The answer is “yes” and federal laws are supposed to eliminate […]

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