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October 2010 Archives

Adult Disabled Child benefits

Children over the age of 18 with a disability might be eligible for Social Security benefits on the record of a parent. There are several criteria that must be met in order to be eligible for Adult Disabled Child benefits.

How is a representative paid in a Social Security Disability case?

A fee for a lawyer or a person eligible to receive direct payment is usually 25% of the past-due benefits and most representatives only get paid if you are successful in obtaining your benefits. In most cases, a fee is capped at $6000. This cap is set by the Commissioner of Social Security and is always subject to change.

We listen to our clients

Doing things "Better and Nicer" is more than a claim we make in our advertising.  Listening carefully to our clients has always been the key to our success.  We give client concerns top priority.  Every staff member, every executive, every advocate takes client calls here, including Harry and Charles Binder.

Fibromyalgia and Social Security Disability Benefits

Fibromyalgia can be a challenging case to prove before the Social Security Administration.  The disease is marked by long-term pain throughout the body, including the muscles, tender joints and soft tissue.  People with Fibromyalgia often feel extreme fatigue and pain - so much so that they cannot hold down a normal, competitive, five-day-a-week, eight-hour-a-day job. The causes of Fibromyalgia are not yet clearly understood, examiners are often times unable to classify these cases, and sometimes doubts are raised about its existence. 

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Doing Things Better & Nicer. A Binder Tradition.

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Social Security Tax Tips from Harry J. Binder

You are allowed a deduction for every expense you incur...Read More