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Important Social Security Disability Insurance Terms

Obtaining Social Security Disability Insurance, or SSDI, is a long and complicated process. The government strictly adheres to many laws that dictate the disbursement of SSDI funds. To help in the application process, there are some common SSDI terms you should know. For the best results you may want to hire an attorney to help you manage your SSDI filings.

  • Acquiescence Rulings – Acquiescence rulings apply only to the circuit where the ruling occurred and may contradict national law. The rulings from these cases may be applied to similar claims within the same circuit. An attorney should know about local regulations.
  • Blue Book – The Social Security Blue Book is a listing of disabilities that are officially recognized by the government. These impairments should qualify an applicant for Social Security Disability Insurance.
  • Cessation of Disability Benefits – A cessation of disability benefits is issued by the government when it is determined that you no longer qualify for aid. At this time you may appeal the ruling and try to extend your SSDI.
  • Closed Periods – If you were disabled for more than twelve months but have since returned to work, you may still be eligible for SSDI for the period of time in which you were unable to work. This is called a closed period.
  • Controlling Date – The controlling date is the deadline for appealing a denial of SSDI and is clearly listed on your denial letter. The controlling date is sixty-five days after your denial letter is issued.
  • Trial Work Period – If you are receiving SSDI and want to attempt to reenter the workforce, you may apply for a trial work period. A trial work period does not decrease the amount of SSDI you receive so long as you do not work for longer than nine months within five consecutive years.
    Nat'l Org. of Social Security Claimants' Reps.
    Washington, DC 20005
    If you're in need of representation regarding your social security claim, contact our association today! We can help you find the law firm or social security attorney in your local area.
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    Hale, Skemp, Hanson, Skemp & Sleik
    505 King St Ste 300, La Crosse, WI 54601
    We have been helping people with their legal needs since 1919. We specialize in personal injury, family law, criminal defense and others. Call today!
    (608) 784-3540
    Quincey Becker Schuessler Chase & Devitt SC
    44 N. Main St., Mayville, WI 53050
    Quincey Becker Schuessler Chase & Devitt SC has been representing clients with accident, drunk driving, personal injury & probate matters in Mayville, WI since 1902. Call 920-387-2400.
    (920) 387-2400
    Chewning Legal, LLC
    1607 Washington Street, Two Rivers, WI 54241
    Chewning Legal, LLC, is one of Wisconsin's most experienced firms in handling Social Security Disability/SSI claims, whether by first-time applicants or applicants who have been turned down.
    (920) 663-1006
    Constant Terry L
    5712 6th Ave, Kenosha, WI 53140
    (262) 654-0297
    Manske Law Office
    300 Division St, Oshkosh, WI 54901
    (920) 231-6011
    Vander Loop Law Office
    404 N Main St Ste 801, Oshkosh, WI 54901
    (920) 235-3002
    Tony Welhouse
    100 W Lawrence St, Appleton, WI 54911
    (920) 730-0200
    Guy Robert Detlefsen Jr Attorney At Law
    464 Daly Ave, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494
    (715) 422-1000
    Hughes Dale E Law Office
    311 E Wisconsin St Ste 203, Portage, WI 53901
    (608) 745-0041
    Erspamer Law Office
    118 Douglas St, Chetek, WI 54728
    (715) 924-2700
    Winter Chewning & Geary LLP
    1607 Washington St, Two Rivers, WI 54241
    (920) 793-1364
    Drach Law Firm
    500 3rd St Ste 202, Wausau, WI 54403
    (715) 842-0606
    Edenhofer Law Offices Sc
    5031 7th Ave, Kenosha, WI 53140
    (262) 654-2820
    Gabert-Williams-Konz & Lawrynk LLP
    2711 N Mason St Ste B, Appleton, WI 54914
    (920) 733-5521
    Greenhill Law Office
    110 S Main St, Shawano, WI 54166
    (715) 524-6258

    Social security attorneys provide assistance to individuals who need help applying for government benefits. Many firms have several lawyers that provide these services. In some cases, legal representatives might focus their careers on social security and disability laws. Some attorneys provide assistance to clients who need to apply for government benefits. By filling out paperwork properly, they can increase the likeliness that their claim will be accepted. If the government office rejects the application, then the law office might appeal that decision. When the attorneys appeal, they can include information that will support the client’s need for financial assistance. In some instances, a law firm might decide that a client does not have a case for disability status from the Social Security Administration. If, for instance, the client has suffered a personal injury, then the practice might file suit against the insurance company that should compensate the injured party. Depending on regulations and finance options, the firm might manage cases that seek benefits from insurance companies and government agencies. When learning more about the services offered by attorneys in your area, you can start by searching for their websites. This will often give you the basic information that you need to choose a lawyer with experience in these areas. You should also consider using a search engine to locate forums where other social security recipients discuss their experiences with various law firms. This could help you choose a firm that has had a high number of successes and knows how to treat clients well.
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