Hands and Disability

Virtually all work activities requires good use of the hands. Whether you are a construction worker, a plumber, an office worker, or a computer engineer, the use of your hands is incredibly important to perform the work activity that is required of you. If you have a construction job, your hands are required to assist […]

Can You Get SSDI in Texas for Suicidal Tendencies?

Individuals who are suffering from illnesses that hinder their ability to work or are disabled and also lack the ability to hold down a job may be eligible for financial assistance through the Social Security Administration via Social Security Disability benefits. There are situations when a person with a verified disability dies and the family […]

Treating Doctor Opinions and the Relevance to Your Case

In any disability claim, the medical evidence you provide to the Social Security Administration is the most important part of establishing your disability.  A supportive opinion from your treating doctor can be very helpful in establishing that you are disabled. The Administrative Law Judge is required to consider the opinion of any treating doctor when […]

Is it Hard to get SSDI Benefits in Texas?

Obtaining Social Security Disability Benefits in Texas is not going to be the easiest or smoothest process. As a federal program, it is the federal government that will have the guidelines that will dictate who is eligible to receive benefits. Every state has locations where individuals can go to file a claim for benefits. That […]

What Happens to Your Texas SSDI Benefits If Your Condition Improves?

Typically, when a person is injured or is suffering from some type of medical condition the hope is that improvement happens. Feeling our best and being at optimal health is generally preferred over being sick or injured. However, when it comes to a person who is receiving Social Security Disability benefits in Texas, improvement can […]

Reasons Why Your Texas SSDI Benefits Stopped

If you suffer from a medical or mental condition that is so severe the Social Security Administration considered it to be a disability preventing you from working, you are likely receiving Social Security Disability Benefits from the SSA. These necessary benefits are what you use to pay for your life’s expenses. You may also have […]