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September 2017 Archives

What is substantial gainful activity for SSD purposes?


As mentioned previously on this blog, there are certain requirements that must be met in order to receive Social Security disability benefits. The medical requirements have been mentioned in previous posts on this blog. Today's post will focus on the requirement of "substantial gainful activity," and how it applies to Social Security disability benefits.

Though an SSD appeal may be delayed, success is possible


Texas residents whose Social Security disability benefits claim has been denied and are awaiting an appeal should take heart from the fact that they are not alone in this boat -- there are more than one million people currently awaiting an administrative hearing in front of a judge to appeal their denied Social Security disability benefits. When the Social Security Administration does not approve a person's application for benefits, it is no surprise that the applicant would want to appeal the SSA's decision. And according to data released by the SSA, many appeals are accepted.

6 tips for avoiding auto accidents

Nobody wants to be involved in an auto accident. It is a scary experience and may result in serious injuries and damage. However, accidents happen. That is why they are called accidents. The good news is you can take control on Texas roadways and do things that can help you to stay safe and avoid being in a car accident.

Understand the medical requirements to receive SSD benefits


When you spend your day working hard at your job so you can remain independent and provide for your family's financial needs, it comes as a shock when an injury or illness renders you unable to work anymore. This is especially true if you then have to rely on others for assistance. In order to lessen the financial blow of losing a job due to a disability, the Social Security Administration administers federal programs that provide financial benefits to qualifying disabled individuals in Texas and nationwide.

Be represented by someone who understands your family law needs


As mentioned in previous posts on this blog, there are many parenting options available for parents in Texas going forward after a divorce. For those who parted amicably, co-parenting is one option. Others may find their relationship has not yet reached that point, and they may find parallel parenting works for them. Even others may be in situations where shared custody is not an option, and they have petitioned for and won sole custody of their children. Regardless of how they are parenting, at the end of the day their aim is to do what is in their child's best interests.

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