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Discussing the Steigerwald Class Action

Roose & Ressler was proud to be co-counsel in a national class action case that proved that about 70,000 people were owed over $100 million dollars from the Social Security Administration. Before we dive into what problems the case corrected, let's start with how...

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How Long Can I Receive Disability Benefits?

The short answer is, it depends. Your disability benefits will continue as long as your medical condition has not improved and you are unable to work. Some conditions may improve, especially as the medical field continues to advance their techniques.  It's...

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Can the IRS take your Social Security disability check?

One commonly held myth among taxpayers is that Social Security benefits are exempt from garnishment by the IRS. Unfortunately, this is not the case. According to the Social Security Administration, it is legal to levy and garnish Social Security benefits if the...

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Is Social Security Disability Taxable?

If you receive Social Security disability benefits you might be wondering whether or not the income is taxable. As we head into tax season it's important you have all the facts. The short answer is, it depends. For a good majority of people, it is not taxable....

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What is Considered a Disabling Condition?

You have a condition or illness that prevents you from earning a full-time income and you’ve been told by friends, family and maybe even a doctor or caseworker, that you should apply for Social Security Disability benefits (SSDI and/or SSI).   However, you’ve...

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Types of Disability Appeals

Types of Disability Appeals

Social Security Disability Lawyer Discusses Types of Disability Appeals We recommend that you consult with an experienced disability lawyer before appealing a Social Security Administration decision. If you have filed a claim for disability...

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