Social Security Disability Educational Resources Are Beneficial for Applicants

February 17, 2014

The laws, regulations, and processes related to Social Security Disability benefits are complex and confusing to many applicants. Learning how these processes work can help individuals achieve their maximum benefit potential.

One way to achieve this is by utilizing Social Security Disability Educational Resources, such as a series of webinars that are hosted by the Social Security Administration (SSA). The next course will take place on Wednesday, Feb. 26, and will cover the incentives that are free to those who participate in the SSA’s Ticket To Work program. Other upcoming courses will discuss how to receive benefit verification online and how to file an appeal of a decision.

To participate, just go to the SSA’s webinars page and click the button to register. From there, fill out the information that is needed and you will be contacted about how to sign into the event. Any questions regarding the registration process can be directed to support via email.

The Social Security Disability Lawyers with Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin point out that after attending a webinar, a participant may still have specific questions regarding their benefits claim. If that is the case, the team of attorneys encourages those individuals to contact the firm to discuss their legal rights and options.

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