Many Social Security Disability applicants don't get the benefits they're seeking on their first try. Sometimes, the first submission gets denied. If this happens to you, you can submit an appeal. Although there's never a guaranteed result, many applicants have achieved success through the Social Security Disability appeals process.
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) has a designation for newborns who have low birth weight and another one for children who are failing to thrive. Parents who are fighting for these benefits might be confronted with a host of information that is very confusing. Oftentimes, this information comes when the parent is still coping with a premature birth and other medical conditions for their child.
People who are receiving Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and those who are applying for it want to do what they can to get their case decided. Unfortunately, scammers are preying on that desire by using it to get information out of innocent people. One scam that is going around involves people receiving phone calls that appear to be from the Social Security Administration (SSA).
If you are a railroad employee whose claim for Railroad Retirement Act (RRA) benefits was denied, you need to take swift action in order to preserve your right to appeal the denial.