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No one is exempt from battling depression and anxiety

No one is exempt from battling depression and anxiety-not even Pastors (and your heart goes out to the family of Mr. Wilson). Here in the South we like to think we live in the Bible Belt and that our faith and trust in Christ will get us through any storm and therefore we don’t talk about Read More

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Schizophrenia and Social Security Disability Benefits

“Schizophrenia has changed my life—but it hasn’t ruined it.” This sentence is how the author of the attached article ends her piece.  She deals with the very real struggles she has had with her paranoid schizophrenia, and knows that the battle will last the rest of her life-but she has not lost hope.  Hope that today Read More

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Alabama Disability Attorneys: How far back will my Social Security Disability Benefits go?

Alabama Disability Attorneys: How far back will my Social Security Disability Benefits go? The answer to this question hinges on whether you were awarded SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance) or SSI (Supplemental Security Income) benefit. If you were awarded SSI benefits, your right to benefits may go back no further than the date you applied for SSI Read More

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Can I Work and Draw Social Security Disability Benefits?

Alabama Disability Attorneys: Can I Work and Draw Social Security Disability Benefits? The question seems to be counterintuitive-if you are disabled, you can’t work, right? Well, not necessarily. You can’t be able to perform what the Social Security Administration calls “substantial gainful activity,” which currently means earning more than $1,200 a month before taxes (this Read More

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Am I eligible for Social Security Disability Benefits?

Alabama Disability Attorneys: Am I eligible for Social Security Disability Benefits Alabama Disability Attorney: Am I eligible for Social Security Disability Benefits? Social Security Disability Benefits (SSDI) are those benefits available for persons who have-through work and payment of their Social Security taxes, have earned a sufficient amount of credits and who are legally disabled. Read More

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Alabama Disability Attorney: HIV

Alabama Disability Attorney: HIV As the author in the attached article points out, “[w]hile the south makes up 38% of the U.S. population, about 45% of people who are HIV positive live in the South.” HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) is a virus which weakens the body’s immune system to the point that a suffer has difficulty Read More

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Alabama Disability Attorneys: What’ Difference between SSDI and SSI Benefits

Alabama Disability Attorney: What’s the Difference between SSDI and SSI Benefits? As has been shown in some of our earlier posts, SSDI stands for Social Security Disability Insurance.  To qualify for SSDI benefits, you must show that (i) you meet the legal definition of being disabled and (ii) that you are insured for disability purposes. You Read More

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Are undocumented workers entitled to Alabama Workers Compensation Benefits if they suffer a work injury?

Alabama Workers Compensation Benefits: Undocumented Workers Not long ago I read another article that stated 11% of construction workers in Alabama are undocumented; I bet the number is really a lot higher.  I was reminded of that article when the raids in Mississippi were reported over the weekend (here).  Apparently the employers were well aware Read More

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Alabama Disability Attorneys: Anxiety Disorder

As this article explains, anxiety is a normal emotion that we all experience from time to time, but for those dealing with an anxiety disorder, what might be nothing more than a stressful time in one person’s life can be an overwhelming flood of crippling worry and fear in the life of the person suffering with Read More

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