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Licensed as a Registered Nurse(RN) since 1986(32 years) and a licensed Arkansas Attorney since 2004(14 years), and licensed to practice law in Texas. Lisa was an instructor for the bail bond industry and a bail bondsman herself for 14 years.

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Orientation - What you need to know!

I might be the Disability law East End for you. If you can response yes to the following inquiries.

Work


Are you not able to perform the job 8 hrs on a daily basis, 5 days every week, due to your disabilities?

Disabling


Is your illness crippling?

Previous Work


Are you struggling to carry out the job which you formerly did or perform any other occupation?

Treatment


Have you been given treatment your healthcare professional perscribed and then followed your medical doctor's guidelines.

Family Saftey East end Disability Law

Knowledge and expertise of disability laws and appeals involve a number of rules and regulations. Lisa has in depth years of study and real life experiences can handle the social security administration and the courts in due diligence. Besides, she knows what must be done to win injuries claim case as well as an appeal. East End Disability Law

Retirement benefits

People whom have been working in “covered employment” for many years (as a minimum ten at a nongovernmental position) could be eligible for retirement living benefits once they retire at the age 62. While you could claim the benefits right after achieving these years, waiting around for your full retirement age offers luring incentives. Correspondingly, the dollar amount will end up reduced for good by a certain percent if your claim is made ahead of arriving at the full the age of retirement. Note- The maximum retirement age ranges from 65 to 67 determined by your year of birth.

The social security child’s insurance benefits

Federally financed and additionally managed by the American Social security administration, these benefits are for kids whose parent(s) are retired, impaired, or deceased. Children can get the benefits if he or she is an adopted, biological or even a stepchild. However, children have been deemed as defenseless and bound to miss out on such benefits. In these instances, a social security disability attorney Alexander, AR is an indispensible benefit for reputable help as well as representation.

Dependents benefits

If you’re the husband or wife of a disabled or retired worker who's qualified for social security benefits, both you and your minors have entitlement to this kind of benefits. While getting these benefits does not rely on regardless of whether you depend on the worker for support or not, you're going to be asked to provide plus validate their income history.

Supplemental social security income (SSSI)

Financially challenged and disabled men and women will get SSSI. This kind of benefit is stringently need-based, and there is no precondition to have previously worked before. But, to generally be eligible, you will need to fall within specified salary along with asset limits. A good social disability lawyer will help you evaluate you assets and salary as well as give you advice along the way ahead when claiming these benefits.

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Every case is not the same and selecting your next move while trying to get your social security benefits can be frustrating. Lisa Douglas will assist you to understand and fight for the ideal social security disability benefits that you should be given. Also, Lisa possesses in depth experience to prepare and present an appeal for a rejection of your benefits.

Call us 501-798-0004 to talk about your benefits!

3 Costly Social Security Blunders to Stay clear of

Social Security offers essential benefits to millions of potential retirees, a lot of whom wouldn't be capable of paying their monthly bills or set food on the table without it. In truth, an average recipient gets a miniscule $1,360 in monthly benefits, which is barely enough for even the modest lifestyle. Thus, if you are looking to get more money from Social Security, here’re some things to stay away from.

Claiming Social Security Prematurely

An harmful error transpires when we adopt the popular mistaken belief that Social Security is running bankrupt. For that reason, you claim your benefits once you turn 62, which is the earliest age with the lowest monthly benefit. Awaiting the full retirement age of 66 can considerably boost your monthly retirement benefit. You will get an additional 8% in delayed retirement credits for each year you’ll hold off until you turn 70.

Not familiar with Social Security Spousal Benefit

If you organize the claiming of your Social Security benefits as a couple, you’re likely to get more than if you make your own independent choice. Determined by your age difference, benefit amounts, and whether you were born on January 1, 1954, or earlier, you might be able to claim spousal benefits, as you let your benefits to carry on growing, and vice-versa.

Failure to Report Income Accurately

Self-employed individuals tend to under-report their taxable income which is used for Social Security calculation. They also use their tax deduction to lower their taxable earnings. However, this comes heavily on them when in serious need of Social Security benefit. Many of them get to the age of retirement with virtually no savings, minimal Social Security benefits, thus having to keep working forever.

Advice:
Besides the above, here's what you can do to raise your social security benefits:

Work for at least 35 years

Await full retirement age to claim Social Security

Take a second job instead of getting early retirement benefits

Clear the money you owe

Claim spousal benefits two times - retired partners can claim spousal benefits, then later ask for payments based on their individual work information. Make use of online tools to discover your best choices.

Claiming your Social Security benefits at the wrong age costs big money. However, doing research right and fully maximizing your benefits is a wise bet that will allow you and your spouse to retire in style.