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Judge orders SSA to help disabled maintain full benefits

New Jersey residents who receive disability payments from the Social Security Administration might see an improvement in their interactions with the agency thanks to a recent federal court ruling. In what may be the first case of its kind, the SSA agreed to a settlement that will provide two men with mental illness trained staff and assistance in keeping their Social Security disability insurance benefits.

SSDI and SSI compared for New Jersey residents

New Jersey residents seeking disability benefits might be overwhelmed by the requirements for the various programs available to them. A key point of confusion lies between two federal disability programs -- Supplemental Security Income and Social Security disability insurance. What's the difference between the two?

New Jersey residents urged to plan ahead for disability

The Social Security Administration estimates that over 25 percent of all of today's 20-year-olds will be disabled by the time they reach age 67. Experts predict that Americans are three times more likely to develop a disability before they turn 65 than they are to die before that age. These statistics indicate strongly that disability is something that people are better off planning for than hoping against.

More New Jersey vets than ever filing for disability benefits

Disabled New Jersey military veterans are eligible to apply for benefits from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs as well as the Social Security Administration. In fact, veterans who became disabled while on active duty on or after Oct. 1, 2001, are potentially eligible for expedited processing of their Social Security disability applications.

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