Waco Social Security Disability FAQs

What does Social Security mean by “totally disabled”?

If you can’t work because of your health, you might have heard about benefits that cover “partial disability.” Social Security Disability In… Read More →

What is SSDI?

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits are available for those people who have worked and paid FICA taxes for a sufficient number of quarters, and who are suffering… Read More →

What is SSI?

Financial Help for Long-Term Health Problems

When you hear people talking about Social Security Disability benefits, a lot of times they’re referring to people who wo… Read More →

What diseases qualify for SSDI or SSI?

You can have many different health problems - or a combination of health problems – and qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income … Read More →

How Long Will It Take to Get My Social Security Disability Benefits in Waco?

Because of the current backlog of disability cases before the Social Security Administration (SSA), the question of how long it takes to get Social Security Disability or SSI ben… Read More →

How much will I get?

The amount you receive on SSDI is based upon multiple factors including your work earnings, your FICA taxes, and the number of quarters you worked. It is a fairly complex formula… Read More →

How do I get Medicare?

Medicare is the federal government’s health insurance program and is available to people on retirement or on SSDI. If you are on SSDI you will become Medicare eligible on the 3… Read More →

How do I get Medicaid?

Getting the health care you need

You might have spent months, or maybe even years, proving to the Social Security Administration (SSA) that your health prevents you fro… Read More →

Are Social Security disability benefits taxable?

If you’re worried about losing some of your Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits to taxes, that’s only natural. You’re already struggling with health problems. You … Read More →

Why use a lawyer?

You don’t have to have a lawyer to file and pursue a claim for benefits. However, the Social Security Administration’s own statistics show that claimants who use a … Read More →

How does my Attorney get paid?

Attorney Merryl Jones works on a contingency fee basis – that means no money up front, no hourly fees. In most cases her fee is limited to the lesser of 25% of your back benefi… Read More →

How can I get more information?

Facing a medical condition that keeps you from working is one of the most stressful experiences in life. Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits exist to relieve the despair yo… Read More →

SSDI Overpayments in Waco

If you get a letter from the Social Security Administration (SSA) that you’ve received an overpayment of Social Security Disability Insuranc… Read More →

What Should I Expect in My Medical Examination?

You can’t work because of severe health problems, so you’re applying for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. You know the monthly checks and Medicare health… Read More →

Can I Get Both SSDI & VA Disability Benefits in Waco?

When you were ready to give all of yourself by serving in the United States armed forces, the government was more than willing to accept your sacrifice and dedication. Now t… Read More →

SSDI Reconsideration Requests in Waco, Tex.

Your First Step after Social Security Denies Your Disability Claim… Read More →

How Do I Apply?

How Do I Apply For Social Security Disability in Waco?

If you can’t work due to a physical or mental condition and you’re expected to be unable to work for at least… Read More →

Why Was My Social Security Disability Claim Denied?

If so, the most important thing you should know is that shouldn’t give up! It’s incredibly frustrating when you can’t work due to your physical or mental condition and y… Read More →

Do I Qualify for a Second Chance?

Do I Qualify for a Second Chance with the Social Security Administration (SSA) in Waco?

Just because you’re unable to work because of your medical problems doesn’t … Read More →


    The Social Security Administration’s own statistics show that claimants who use a lawyer are far more successful in winning their claim than those who don’t.


    “Thank you so much for having the faith to accept this case and getting it approved. We are very thankful.”

    The Smith Family