Additional Social Security Disability Resources
Social Security Administration
- Social Security Administration
- Social Security Administration, Disability
- Electronic Disability Guide
- Social Security Handbook
- Research, Statistics, & Policy Analysis
- Social Security Facts and Figures
- Adult Disability Report
- Appeal a recent medical decision
- Apply for disability benefits
- Apply for retirement, spouse’s or Medicare benefits
- Change address or telephone number
- Child Disability Report
- Get a replacement Medicare card
- Representative Payee Accounting Report
- Request a form SSA-1099/1042 (Benefit Statement) for tax or other purposes
- Request a proof of Social Security benefits letter
- Request special notices for the blind or visually impaired
Social Security Prep Kit
- Adult Disability Interview Checklist
- Claims Process Flowchart
- Social Security Disability Appeals Flowchart
- Preparing for Your Hearing
- SSI Cash Loan Agreement
- Application for Handicap Placard
Social Security Disability Newsletters
If you can no longer work due to a medical condition, Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits can provide the compensation you need to live your life. Unfortunately, the applications and appeals processes are lengthy and aren’t always easy to understand. That’s why Henson Fuerst created a series of free, informational newsletters to help you better understand the process of applying for and receiving SSD benefits.
During the past year, approval rates for receiving benefits at Social Security Disability hearings have gone down in North Carolina. Read our explanation for why this is happening and how you can improve your claim’s chances of getting approved.
Read this newsletter to learn how Social Security distinguishes the difference between personal loans and gifts, and how this difference affects the amount of benefits you receive. We also discuss the role of a Vocational Expert during a Social Security hearing and what his or her testimony means to you.
The rules for collecting SSD benefits while working can be confusing. Read this newsletter for a clear explanation of Social Security Administration guidelines. Keep reading to learn how your SSD benefits can change at certain income levels.
Handicap Tags and Prescriptions
If you are disabled, you don’t have to be in a wheelchair to qualify for handicapped parking places. In this newsletter, we outline the steps you need to follow to apply for a placard or license plate. You also will learn about Medicare’s Extra Help program, which can save you as much as $4,000 per year in prescription drug costs.
In this newsletter, we walk you through the steps you need to take to apply for SSD benefits and explain what to expect when going through the application process. The different payment options available to those receiving SSD benefits also are described.