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4 Categories That Qualify for Social Security Disability

4 Categories That Qualify for Social Security Disability

For those living in the Biloxi-Gulfport Mississippi Coast, Heermans Social Security Disability Law Firm can help you understand how to qualify for disability. A disability, according to the Social Security Administration, is an inability to work due to a permanent...
School Is Back – 7 Disabling Car Injuries

School Is Back – 7 Disabling Car Injuries

School is back in session for the 2023-2024 school year. Whether you are a teen driver or an adult driver, it is important to understand that car crash injuries make up a significant portion of social security disability recipients in the greater Memphis metro area...
Easiest and Hardest SSDI Conditions in 2023

Easiest and Hardest SSDI Conditions in 2023

Words like “easy” and “hard” are relative terms in the SSDI application process. The average initial claims denial rate, which is already very high, is considerably higher for some conditions, as we will soon explain. Furthermore, the first-level appeal denial rate...
A Disability Attorneys Federal Court Appeal

A Disability Attorneys Federal Court Appeal

If you have applied and been denied Social Security Disability benefits in the Memphis mid south region including Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi, then you probably also want to know why you need a Heermans Disability Attorney. Repeated denials of disability...
Make More $$ In 2023 & Still Get SSD

Make More $$ In 2023 & Still Get SSD

In the Memphis Metro Area, we all love some good news. Especially when it comes to making money. Inflation is taking its toll on the great states of Tennessee, Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi, and we all need as much money as possible to pay the bills....
Disabling Conditions/Treatment & SSD Benefits

Disabling Conditions/Treatment & SSD Benefits

Medical science in the Memphis Metro area has advanced by leaps and bounds since former President William McKinley was assassinated in 1901. Doctors today in Tennessee, Mississippi, Arkansas, and Louisiana have access to treatments and facilities that would have...