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What’s SSI?

What’s SSI? Social Security Income (SSI) can provide cash assistance to qualified disabled individuals. It’s a form of federal welfare for applicants who haven’t worked recently. Each state has it’s own eligibility requirements for SSI. You can learn more about your rights to SSI by contacting Tampa Bay Social Security Disability Attorney Sharon Barrett today at 7278943188....

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What is SSDI?

What is SSDI? Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), provides cash assistance to people who have paid into the Social Security system long enough to earn what is called quarters of coverage. If your work history qualifies you for Social Security Disability benefits, you will be entitled to monthly benefits which will vary in amount based on your prior income. You will also be eligible for Medicare benefits once you have been on SSDI for two years. Need help with your Social Security Disability claim? Contact us today at 727.894.3188 to discuss your claim.  ...

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What’s an elimination period in a long term disability policies?

What’s an elimination period in a long term disability policies? An elimination period is the amount of time you have to wait before you benefits kick in. Did you know that the typical elimination or waiting period for most long term disability policies in 90 days. That means that you better have an emergency fund that will tide you over so that you will be able to pay your bills and maintain your lifestyle during this elimination period. Need help with your Elimination period in your Long Term disability claim? Contact us today for more information on your options with your policy. 727-894-3188.  ...

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The Long Term Disability Carrier Asked Me Where I Filled My Prescriptions… Why?

Q: The Long Term Disability Carrier asked me where I filled my prescriptions, why? A: Great question! Long term disability carriers have access to investigators who will canvas pharmacies near your home to determine whether or not you are getting your prescriptions filled and, what prescriptions you are getting filled. Since you've signed a medical release, they'll use your release to get that information. At The Law Offices of Nancy L. Cavey, we restrict our client's signature on medial releases to prevent this kind of abuse....

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