In remembrance of the tragedies that took place on September 11, 2001, Burke Law, PLLC honors the victims, their families, first responders, and others who bravely put their lives on the line seventeen years ago and in response to the attacks since.
Unfortunately, the Social Security Disability claim process is often long and grueling. This is a fact that is even more disheartening to those with the most severe of conditions. As a result, the Social Security Administration created the “Compassionate Allowances program,” which over time has identified several medical conditions that, by definition, meet the Social Security Administration’s standards for disability ...
Are you worried that applying for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits means giving up work for good? Undoubtedly, many people who are approved SSDI benefits may never be healthy enough to return to work. However, collecting benefits does not always mean giving up on work forever.
Burke Law, PLLC welcomes and embraces LGBTQ individuals. Mindful of using inclusive language and avoiding generalized assumptions, Burke Law, PLLC offers a comfortable environment, which allows the focus to be on identifying legal needs and appropriate actions to take. After all, a strong attorney-client relationship is part of the foundation of success.
Nearly one month into the nation’s tax season and Social Security Disability Insurance benefit, otherwise known as “SSDI” benefit, recipients may be wondering, “Will I pay taxes on my benefits?” The short answer is – Maybe. It depends.
There are countless preconceived notions and myths regarding Social Security Disability benefits and the process of receiving them. Below, please find five common myths debunked. Do not see what you are looking for? Contact Burke Law, PLLC today.