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SSDI Monthly Payment: How is it Calculated?

Many forms of disability income, such as Supplemental Security Income (SSI) are based on limited resources and income. Others are based simply on how severe your disability is. Social Security Disability Income (SSDI), on the other hand, requires you to have worked and paid taxes into the Social Security system for a certain period of Read More

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Can I Get Social Security Disability For Headaches?

We recently had a client come into our office who was suffering from severe migraines. She stated that she did not think she had a chance to get disability with “only” headaches. It is usually the case that there is some test for a serious medical problem and this will be used as evidence at Read More

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What to Do if You’re Denied Social Security Disability

Social Security is a vital protection under our federal government that protects us not only in our retirement years but whenever we become injured and too disabled to work. Under Social Security, people who are disabled can collect disability insurance (SSDI) and in some cases supplemental income (SSI). Unfortunately, people who need this money are Read More

If you're self employed you pay into social security

Can I Get Disability Benefits If I’m Self-Employed?

When you are injured in the course of employment, in most cases you have the benefit of workers’ compensation insurance to cover your medical bills as you work to get well once again. However, those who are self-employed often don’t have their own workers’ comp, and as independent contractors aren’t covered by the insurance of Read More

looking through their finances

How Do I Know If I Qualify For Social Security Disability?

or impairments. They are listed in the Social Security Administration’s (or SSA) manual, which is also referred to as the blue book. The impairments, both mental and physical, that are listed will automatically qualify someone to receive Social Security disability benefits (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) provided the individual meets the requirements set forth Read More

A woman meets with her social security lawyer

Questions You Should Ask Your SSDI Lawyer Before Hiring Them

A SSDI lawyer is an attorney that handles Social Security and disability cases. Social Security is an extensive system that has many rules and regulations. People with disabilities can petition the Social Security administration to receive monthly stipends. In order to secure payments, petitioners must present proof that they have a disability and need government assistance. Read More

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Why You Should Have a Lawyer at Your Disability Hearing

If you have sustained a disability and require disability benefits, the Social Security Administration (SSA) requires that you present your case in court to an Administrative Law Judge. Rather than representing yourself and risking a judge denying your request for disability benefits, hiring a lawyer to represent you and present your case to the judge Read More

Workers' Comp Lawyer | Mike Lewis Attorenys

How an Injury Rating Impacts Your Workers’ Comp Claim

Workers’ compensation is used by employers to provide them with a means of insurance in case of injuries in the workplace. Workers’ compensation, or workers’ comp, provides workers with payment of wages, and helps take care of medical bills and disability while the employee can’t work. It sometimes lasts for a time when the employee Read More

Welcome To The Team Mr. Hall

Charles F. Hall, IV, has joined Mike Lewis Attorneys as a specialist in Social Security Disability Law. He is a graduate of Washington University, has a Master of Arts Degree in Religion from Wake Forest, and is a graduate of Michigan State Law School. He also handles claims for Veterans’ Benefits. Mr. Hall and his Read More