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August 2014 Archives

Question and Answer With Charles Binder

We've reached out to our fans on Facebook and asked for their questions--and Charles Binder is providing the answers! Below, a client asks a very important question regarding obtaining a letter from her doctor in support of her disability claim. 

A Defense of SSD From an Unlikely Source

A post in the blog Economic Intelligence defending the Social Security Disability (SSD) program and describing the current hysteria about it appeared in what might seem to be a surprising source: US News and World Report. The news magazine is known as conservative and cautious, especially in fiscal matters. Reading a reasoned defense of this critical social program was a refreshing change.

Can I Work and Get Social Security Disability?

Like so many government programs, the details of Social Security Disability (SSD) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) can be challenging. A common question is, "Can I work and still receive benefits?" Information that answers this question is provided by Binder & Binder®, America's most successful Social Security Disability advocates.

Meet Charles Binder, Disability Advocate

Read about one of the founders of Binder & Binder, Charles Binder in a new article on our website.  Find out about his dedication to clients who can no longer work and his many years helping the disabled get much-needed Social Security Disability benefits. 

Disabled Man Wonders Why SSI Takes So Long

Obtaining Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits quickly when disaster strikes is very difficult. Even if the claim is perfect, with all requested information provided and no missing documentation, it takes the agency weeks or months to decide whether to grant benefits. The story of a man in Salem, Oregon, reflects the vulnerability of the disabled and the weakness of the safety net.

News & Features

Doing Things Better & Nicer. A Binder Tradition.

We do the "little things" to make your experience great!Read More

Social Security Tax Tips from Harry J. Binder

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