Jump to Navigation

January 2014 Archives

Compassionate Allowances list expanded for SSDI benefits

Approximately 200,000 people have been helped by the Social Security Administration's Compassionate Allowance provision. The program now includes over 200 conditions for which a Social Security Disability benefits claim is expedited.

Social Security Disability adds Compassionate Allowances

Have you heard of the Social Security Administration's Compassionate Allowances? It's a list of diseases and other medical conditions that enable an applicant to receive quick approval of Social Security Disability benefits.

Get me rewrite! SSDI changes on horizon in 2014, p. 2

We are picking up where we left off in our last post. The Social Security Administration will be working on a handful of changes to the disability benefits program during 2014. Some of the projects could make the benefits application process easier for people with disabilities. Some of the projects could streamline internal processes at the SSA. It is anyone's guess how long these will take.

Get me rewrite! SSDI changes on horizon in 2014

Several new initiatives are kicking off in 2014 that should change the way the Social Security Administration's disability program works. Whether those changes are for the better may depend on your perspective. How long it will take to implement any part of the plans is impossible to know. We wanted to bring the projects to our readers' attention, though, because each offers insight into how the agency and the disability application process work.

Vitamin E might be weapon in fight against Alzheimer's

As many Newark residents know, Alzheimer's disease can in far too many cases rob a person of their memories and eventually lead to death. It's often an agonizing process for both the sufferer and the person's family.

FindLaw Network

Contact Us Today

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information
disclaimer.

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.

close
Subscribe to This Blog's Feed Visit Our Social Security Disability Website

Abromson & Carey
Attorneys at Law
60 Park Pl, Suite 509
Newark, NJ 07102

Toll Free 888-512-7031
Phone 973-623-5593
Fax 973-624-4804

E-mail | Directions

Se Habla Espanol
Falamos Portugues

Print Page