A message from Balin Law about COVID19 updates and how it affects new Social Security disability claimants, current clients, newly laid off workers & more.
Starting April 27, 2020 SSA will no longer consider whether a person is able to communicate in English when evaluating disability benefits application. Learn how this impacts certain claimants filing for disability benefits.
Paulette Balin explains some important information and updates happening in the Social Security world. Learn more about the 2020 SGA and SSI increases along with trial work period income limits.
Judges must now take judicial notice of all forms of reliable job data by the government. Learn how this can help disability claimants and how it affects them.
What is Neuropsychological Testing? Learn more about Neuropsychological Testing and how it affects Social Security disability claimants.
The Social Security Administration announced a new scheduling method for disability claimants. Chad Delesk explains this centralized scheduling unit here.
Paulette Balin, Principal Attorney at Balin Law, discusses the new 2021 Substantial Gainful Activity (SGA) income amounts along with SGA exceptions (Transcript updated with 2021 SGA Income Limits) Video Transcript – Updated with 2021 SGA Limits Hi there, my name is Paulette Balin and I’m the principal at Balin Law. I am happy to […]
Learn how you can improve your chances of winning your Social Security disability case. Been denied? Learn the top ways to improve your chances of being approved.
Claimants often ask if they can collect Workers’ Comp and disability at the same time. The short answer is yes, but there are stipulations. Disability attorney, Chad Delesk explains what your options are. Video Transcript So you’ve been injured at work and you’ve applied for both Ohio Workers’ Compensation benefits and SSDI benefits. The common […]
SSDI vs SSI: What’s the Difference? What is the difference between Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI)? That’s a great question, and a question we receive often. SSDI and SSI are both federal programs that provide monetary payments to those that are eligible and meet the definition of “disabled.” Disability attorney, […]