Articles about Social Security Disability Claims for New Mexico Residents
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Each article is written from our firm's viewpoint, based on more than 75 years of personal injury experience. The goal is to give our existing and potential clients a better understanding of what they can expect to encounter in the days and weeks after their accident while we attempt to settle their injury claim.
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Social Security Disability Benefits for Children How can children qualify for disability benefits? We provide an overview of what benefits are available for disabled children and how to apply.
Returning to Work While Collecting Disability Benefits Under certain circumstances, you can work and continue to collect Social Security disability benefits. We explain the restrictions that apply here.
Qualifying for Disability Under Special Circumstances You do not have a traditional job but you are injured and are unable to work. Can you still qualify for disability benefits? We look at a few situations here.
Collecting SSDI Along With Other Benefits When you are unable to work due to an injury or health condition, you may be eligible for more than one benefit program. Find out what you can collect here.
Receiving Your SSDI Benefit Payments Once you have been approved for Social Security disability benefits, you will need to know when to expect your first payments. Find out here.
Understanding Substantial Gainful Employment for SSDI To qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance payments in New Mexico, you cannot be engaged in substantial gainful employment. What does this mean?
Appealing a Social Security Disability Denial A majority of SSDI applications are denied the first time. Find out what to do and how an SSDI attorney can help if this happens to you.
Understanding the Differences Between SSDI and SSI Programs Before applying for disability benefits, you should know which program you qualify for: Social Security Disability Insurance or Supplemental Security Income.
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