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Bipolar Disorder and Obtaining SSD Benefits

Bipolar disorder, or manic-depressive illness, is a brain disorder that causes extreme shifts in a person’s mood, energy and activity level. These shifts cause the individual to experience periods of extreme elation and energy (manic episodes) and periods of extreme sadness or depression (depressive episodes), and affect his ability to carry out day-to-day tasks. The Read More






What You Should Know About Lymphedema and Social Security Disability Benefits

Lymphedema is a condition that causes swelling in one or more parts of the body, usually the arm(s) and/or leg(s). While it can be hereditary (primary lymphedema), it most commonly occurs as a side effect to cancer treatment or an infection of the lymph nodes (secondary lymphedema). Lymphedema can range in intensity from mild to Read More






The Difference Between FMLA, Short-Term Disability and SSD Benefits

If you are unable to work due to injury or illness, you may wonder what options are available to assist you financially until you can return to work – if you are able to return to work at all. Here, we’ll explore the differences between three common programs employees turn to when illness or injury Read More






What You Need to Know About Obtaining SSD Benefits

At the Good Law  Group we have leveraged nearly 25 years of legal experience to offer caring and compassionate Social Security Disability(SSD) assistance to disabled and ill clients. Using the knowledge gained in our years in practice, our firm works effectively and efficiently to complete and file your application for SSD benefits or appeal a Read More






New Changes To 4 Social Security Rulings Create Difficulties For Claimants (Part 2)

Recently the Social Security Administration(SSA)  announced it is rescinding four Social Security Rulings This will be the second of four articles explaining how these will negatively affect claimants who are applying for Social Security benefits. In our last blog post we discussed the rescinding of SSR and what it means to claimant benefits. In this post Read More