What is a trial work period with Social Security disability?

Not every Tennessee resident who is approved for and is receiving Social Security disability benefits is completely unable to work. Many can perform certain tasks and want to try and get back in the workforce or run their own business despite the illness, condition or injury that warranted their application for SSD benefits being approved.

What to do if your application for SSD benefits is denied

No one is guaranteed good health throughout their lifetime. Sometimes a person in Tennessee suffers an illness of injury so serious that it permanently stops them from working. When this happens, it may be time to apply for Social Security disability benefits. However, the application process can be complex and many initial applications for SSD

Fast-tracking an SSD decision

All disability rulings from the SSA regarding Social Security Disability Insurance are permanent approvals, so the Social Security Administration is well-known for due diligence when handling disability claims. Most claims for residents of Tennessee and other states are won in the appeals process after the agency has requested myriad evidence that the claim is valid,

Understanding the impact of burn injuries

If a person suffers a burn injury, it can be life-altering. Burns can be caused by fire, hot liquids and metal, electrical current, radiation and chemicals. Some are so serious that they require immediate medical attention, treatment at specialized burn centers and long-term follow up care. The deeper the skin damage is, the more burn




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