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  • Stop the Wait
    Stop the Wait
    Congratulations! You’ve won your case and are on track to achieving the Social Security Disability benefits you deserve. That’s great news, but did you know you’re going to have to wait five months to receive your first payment? The wait has been a part of the program since its inception
  • Returning to the Courtroom
    Returning to the Courtroom
    Returning to the Courtroom
    In March of 2020, the Social Security Administration closed its offices for public service and in-person hearings due to COVID-19. During that time, all hearings pertaining to Social Security Disability were conducted by either telephone or video conferencing. For many social security disability cases, telephone or video conferencing became an
  • The Price of Inflation
    The Price of Inflation
    Although the COVID pandemic is largely behind us, as a country we will be forever changed. There isn’t a sector of business or a family that can say they haven’t been touched in some way by the effects of the pandemic. As our families become healthier physically, we are now
  • Oklahoma Man Pleads Guilty to Stealing Dead Grandfather’s Social Security Benefits for 27 Years
    Oklahoma Man Pleads Guilty to Stealing Dead Grandfather’s Social Security Benefits for 27 Years
    On Friday, an Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, man entered a guilty plea in federal court for making false statements and stealing 27 years worth of Social Security benefits that were assigned to his late step-grandfather. When he is sentenced, the man faces up to ten years in prison, as well as
  • Always Report Changes to Your Social Security Disability Status
    Always Report Changes to Your Social Security Disability Status
    When a person is awarded Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits, the amount they receive is based on several factors including income, work history, marital status, and even the number of dependents the claimant cares for. That’s why after you’re approved for SSD benefits, it’s crucial to immediately report any changes
  • Working While Getting SSD Benefits Made Easy
    Working While Getting SSD Benefits Made Easy
    One of the qualifications for receiving Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits is that your condition must last longer than a year. Just because you’ve been sick or injured through a full calendar doesn’t mean you can never return to work. Many SSD recipients fear that if they return to work,
  • The Evolution of the Social Security Disability Program
    The Evolution of the Social Security Disability Program
    The U.S. Social Security Disability program was established in 1956 as a way to provide citizens who suffered from a disabling mental or physical condition for longer than one year with a sustainable income. Since that time, some aspects of the program have changed, while others have stayed the same.
  • How to Appeal a Denied Social Security Disability Claim
    How to Appeal a Denied Social Security Disability Claim
    If your claim for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits was denied, you're not alone. As many as 70 percent of all initial claims for SSD benefits are rejected by the Social Security Administration (SSA). A denial doesn’t mean you can’t file for a reconsideration, and the staff at Newlin Disability is

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