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What Is the Elimination Period of An Individual Disability Policy?

One thing in life is certain – we can expect the unexpected. Sometimes that’s a good thing, and sometimes, it can mean that difficult times might lie ahead. It’s for that reason that insurance is often purchased. Insurance can provide peace of mind and coverage for unforeseen circumstances – like finding yourself disabled, for example. Without question, illnesses or injurie...
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Why Did I Get Two Social Security Checks This Month?

The Social Security Administration (SSA) operates several different benefit payment programs, each with different eligibility requirements and monthly payment amounts. The reason you received two checks this month could be for one of several reasons, depending on which programs you receive benefits from, and how long you have been receiving those benefits. London Disability Law and Attorney Sco...
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When Your Spouse Dies Do You Get Their Social Security?

Losing a spouse can be one of life’s most painful and difficult experiences. There’s no question about it. Certainly, the loss of a spouse can often bring plenty of emotional distress – but in many cases, there can be financial stress as well. Every couple has a unique financial situation, but particularly for those who are disabled or of retirement age, Social Security benefits ...
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What Is The Average Social Security Benefit At Age 62?

For many, Social Security benefits are an important source of income, particularly as they grow older. Often, we are asked what Social Security benefit amounts might be at a certain age. It’s an understandable question to ask. Many people want to be able to plan and budget, particularly if they are on a fixed income, and perhaps unable to work and earn money as they used to. Knowing roughly ...
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How To Qualify For Social Security Disability Benefits With Depression?

If you have been experiencing fatigue accompanied by despair and anxiety that prevent you from accomplishing normal activities and interfere with work, you may be suffering from depression. It can be a disabling condition that afflicts more than 17 million people in the United States, but it is a highly treatable condition once you obtain a proper diagnosis and prescribed treatment plan from a phy...
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