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Let's discuss the social security issue and find out if that will be enough for you to lay it all down for late in life. Join the show at 10:00 am. Call (818)301-5834.
Social Security disability claims are not automatic and not everyone is entitled to them. Before a person can receive benefits, they must adhere to a complicated application process and possibly even a judicial review at a hearing. Join disability lawyer Scott Daniels, an associate with Markhoff & Mittman, as he breaks down how to navigate through the complex web that is the social security disability process.
Social Security Disability benefits are not available to everyone. It is a federal program designed to help people who can no longer work due to a physical or mental impairment. There are a few programs available, but which ones do you qualify for. Join disability lawyers Brian Mittman and Scott Daniels as they break down eligibility requirements and some real life examples from their everyday practice in the legal field.
Information can seem overwhelming when searching for specific topics. This programs highlights Social Security Disability Laws for those injured in Car Accidents who want a basic understanding of main points of the program. The goal of this radio show is to empower individuals to be their best advocates when applying for benefits and knowing their basic rights. Join me in a easy, simple discussion on Talking About You with ESTRA today!
Federal social security disability claims are not easy to win. They must be proven with specific medical evidence, physician opinions and a host of other things. The federal government does not make it easy to obtain these benefits and proving your claim that you are disabled is critical to obtaining the money you are entitled to from years of paying into the social security system. Join disability lawyers Brian Mittman and Scott Daniels as they explore the various ways to prove a disability claim.
The Social Security Administration is denying close to 75% of initial disability applications. That means almost 8 out of 10 applications are denied. In every state you can appeal these decisions and in most states, your appeal is heard by a Federal Administrative Law Judge at a hearing. But what takes place? What information is sought by the Judge? Who are the players in a hearing? What does the room look like? Answers to all of these questions and more will be given by New York disability lawyers Brian Mittman and Scott Daniels. They will give you invaluable insight into the disability hearing and what happens for "your day in court."
Social Security Disability claims are not automatic. In fact, the government is denying these claims at record numbers. The national denial rate upon an initial application is somwhere around 75%. That means over 7 out of 10 people are being turned down on their first application. Brian Mittman and Scott Daniels, otherwise known as the disability guys, will break down the most common reasons why people are denied disability benefits.
Social Security Disability claims MUST be proven. They are not automatic and the determination process is lengthy and complicated. So is there a way to guarantee that your claim is approved. The short answer is NO. But knowing what the issues are in your case and understanding what is necessary to maximize your chances for success is crucial.
How social media can enhance the private security officer, security business, investigations agency or law enforcer.
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We'll be discussing the benefits, and how to avoid the social media drag.
Many sick or injured people attempt to solve problems with their Social Security Disability by going into the nearest office. But is this the best choice? Did you know all offices are able to resolve your concern? The reputation of specific offices varies. Today, let’s talk about typical problems faced by the injured when dealing with Social Security Disability (SSDI).
Social Security can be a safety net, a disapointment, a blessing, maybe even a hope that may not become a reality. However, I think we can all agree that its a mystery at times. How can I maximize my benefits? Will earning income cause a problem? Can I 'pay in' too much? ...and most importantly, what else I can I do to supplement my Social Security and retirement. Here to answer these questions and more is expert Randy Luebke a Registered Financial Consultant, a Registered Mortgage Advisor, a life insurance agent, a real estate Broker, a mortgage broker, a stock broker and an educator in the financial services industry for more than 25 years. Randy has been speaking regularly now on specific strategies related to Social Security and will break in down this complex topic on our show this week. The show will broadcast Tuesday, April 29th at 11am PST / 2 EST. You can call in and listen LIVE on the road at 646-200-4285.
Do you know about your Social Security options? What do you know regarding Part A, B, & D? What does the crystal ball say about the federal funding for Social Security? Will your loved one have enough money for the future? Who has the honest answers for Social Security and Financial Planning? Randy Anderson with RJ Anderson Financial, LLC has the honest answers for you. He is the expert on the topic and has delivered 100’s of workshops on the topic. Do not miss it; tune in Thursdays@ 10am MDT.
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