Our legal team explains how to file for Social Security disability benefits and what steps you can take to maximize your compensation. Refer to our blog to help you better understand what to expect from the application process.

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  • SSDI for Long-Term COVID-19 Complications COVID-19 long haulers can suffer symptoms that can make work impossible. Find out if long-term COVID-19 qualifies for SSDI benefits.
  • Medical Evidence for Your SSDI Claim Applying for SSDI? Getting approved for benefits requires key medical evidence. Find out what types of evidence you need & how our attorneys can help gather it.
  • SSDI for Uncontrolled Epilepsy Is your epilepsy uncontrolled, despite following prescribed treatments? You may be eligible for SSDI benefits. Find out how our disability attorneys can help.
  • SSDI Claim Mistakes Applying for SSDI benefits can be an uphill battle, as most applicants are initially denied. Find out which mistakes can hurt your claim & how to avoid them.
  • Using a Journal as Evidence in Your SSDI Claim Applying for SSDI? Keeping a journal of your symptoms & how they affect your life can serve as powerful evidence. Here's what you should know & how we can help.
  • Understanding the SSDI Worn-Out Worker Rule The worn-out worker rule makes it easier for disabled workers who've only held physical labor jobs to get approved for SSDI benefits. Here's how we can help.
  • New York State Rent Relief Program Workers who have suffered pandemic-induced loss of income may be eligible for a state rental subsidy to ease their rent burden
  • Easing Financial Strain While Waiting for SSDI Benefits Applying for SSDI benefits after suffering a disabling injury? Here's how to reduce financial strain while waiting for approval & how our attorneys can help.
  • Notifying the SSA of Life Changes Collecting Social Security disability benefits? It's up to you to report life changes in a timely manner or risk severe penalties. Here's what you need to know.
  • SSDI Durational Denials Applying for SSDI? If the SSA isn't sure your disability will last a year or longer, you may receive a durational denial. We can help you fight for benefits.