Nolo's Guide to Social Security Disability
Nolo's Guide to Social Security Disability discusses getting disability benefits for over 200 different medical conditions.
Social Security, Medicare & Government Pensions: Get the Most out of Your Retirement & Medical Benefits
Nolo's book covers disability rules, Medicaid, Medicare, and veterans' benefits.
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Getting Disability Benefits for COPD, Asthma, or Other Respiratory Disorders
Many Social Security disability applicants suffer from breathing problems that prevent them from meeting the demands of full-time employment.
Will Social Security Approve Disability Benefits for Fibromyalgia?
Social Security disability claims based on fibromyalgia can be some of the most difficult cases for disability applicants to win.
Immediate Disability Benefits for Cancer Victims
Some impairments are so serious, and certain to qualify for disability benefits, that the Social Security Administration (SSA) expedites the handling of applications for benefits based on these imp
How Does Obesity Affect My Disability Case?
While obesity alone rarely qualifies for disability benefits, obesity can help you get benefits if it adds to the limitations you suffer from other medical conditions.
Mental Illness and Social Security Disability
Applicants for Social Security disability often base their claims on mental illnesses and disorders such as depression, anxiety, and bi-polar disorder.
Can We Get Social Security Benefits for a Child With Learning Disabilities?
Many parents wonder whether their child who has been diagnosed with a learning disability will qualify for disability benefits through the SSI program.
How Can I Document My PTSD in Order to Get Social Security Benefits?
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can be the basis for a successful Social Security disability claim, but it must be properly medically documented.
Disability Benefits for Low IQ
People diagnosed with intellectual disabilities are often able to successfully work full time.