Monthly Archives: October 2016

Differences Between Veterans Disability and Social Security Disability

Disability benefits obtained through the Social Security Administration and disability benefits obtained through the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), are not mutually exclusive benefit systems. Because Veterans disability benefits are based on a veteran’s service-related injury, and Social Security disability benefits are based on an individual’s work history, a disabled veteran can apply for benefits […]

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Continuing Disability Reviews And Disability Benefits

When a person applies for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits, he may have to submit a lot of medical documentation to prove that he has a condition that has lasted for more than twelve months, and impairs his ability to work or conduct other daily tasks. Once approved for […]

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TCPA And Healthcare Messages

In attempting to protect consumers from harassing calls made by businesses and other organizations through the passing of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), Congress recognized that in some instances, consumers may need to receive calls from some organizations. As a result, there are several exemptions to the regulations of the TCPA for some entities […]

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