Social Security Disability Answers

Mar 08, 2011 Comments Off by Charles T. Hall Law Firm

At the Charles Hall Law Firm, we are always working on Social Security Disability cases. That’s what we do.  We want to provide you with valuable information to answer your questions. You can explore the site, call us, chat live with a firm representative, and fill out a FREE Case Review form to get started. [...]

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How Can I Increase My Social Security — Part II

Jun 11, 2013 Comments Off

I’ve already talked about delaying starting your Social Security retirement benefits as a way to get more money per month. This post is about strategies that may help you wait. First, if you’re planning on going on Social Security retirement benefits before full retirement age — currently 66 — are you doing this because you [...]

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How Can I Increase My Social Security?

Jun 10, 2013 Comments Off

Can you increase your Social Security? If you’re talking about retirement benefits, the answer is probably yes but you’ll have to be patient. I think that most people know that if you go on Social Security retirement benefits before full retirement age — which is currently 66 — you receive less. The reduction is 25% [...]

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What Are The Chances I’ll Win Social Security Disability Benefits?

May 30, 2013 Comments Off

This is what Social Security calls its “waterfall” chart.  

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Will You Get All The Social Security You Should?

May 29, 2013 Comments Off

There’s a good chance you won’t get all the Social Security you’re entitled to — if you’re not careful. People make a lot of mistakes because they don’t know the rules. Here’s some things that you may miss because you don’t know any better: Filing just for Social Security retirement benefits when you should also [...]

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Know Where This Is?

May 28, 2013 Comments Off

    This is a picture I took in a place in North Carolina where the Charles T. Hall Law Firm goes to represent Social Security disability claimants. We’re in Raleigh but we go to lots of smaller places.

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No More Secret ALJ

May 27, 2013 Comments Off

Social Security had been trying to keep secret the identity of an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) assigned to hold a hearing until the day of the hearing. This didn’t matter all that much to Social Security disability claimants, the people we represent, since they didn’t know the ALJs anyway but it was certainly a pain [...]

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