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Long-Term Disability Benefits for Heart Disease

The Social Security Administration (SSA) administers two disability benefit programs: Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI or SSD), and the Supplement Security Income (SSI). Both programs define a qualifying disability by the same criteria even though SSD and...

How Much Money Can I Earn While On Social Security Disability?

Are you disabled? If so, depending on your circumstances, you may be receiving Social Security benefits, or you may be considering whether or not to apply. In either case, you may have many questions about the process – and that's only understandable. After all, any...

How Does A Lump-Sum Settlement Affect Social Security Disability?

Many workers who apply for Social Security disability benefits also qualify for workers' compensation benefits as a result of a work-related injury. If you receive SSD at the same time that you receive monthly payments from workers' compensation, you may find that the...

PASS Plans

Plan to Achieve Self Support. This is a written plan for a person to get a specific job or start a business. Somewhat like a business plan, PASS plans include the steps you will take and things you will need to achieve your work goal. For example, education, training,...

Liner Legal’s Top 20 Disability Warriors in Ohio YOU Need to Know

Liner Legal is so proud to announce Liner Legal’s Top 20 Disability Warriors in Ohio YOU Need to Know! All employees at Liner Legal are called Disability Warriors. This term is more than just branding or marketing. Each person who works in the office has the...

Meet Our Team!

Meet our team! This is Gena Simpson, an Application Specialist at Liner Legal, your #1 choice to get Cleveland OH disability benefits! Gena and the Disability Warriors at Liner Legal are passionate about fighting for YOU. Learn more about Emily by reading the blog...

What Medical Conditions Qualify for Social Security Disability?

Social Security Disability (SSD or SSDI) provides financial support to longtime workers who suffered an illness or injury that prevents them from continuing to earn a living. The SSD benefit payments are not intended to be a complete substitute for a SSD recipient’s...

How Much Money Can You Have In The Bank On Social Security Disability?

The amount of money that you have in the bank may affect your ability to qualify for or continue to receive Social Security disability benefits. This generally applies more to people receiving their SSD benefits through the Supplemental Security Income program that...