Category Archives: Social Security
“Retirement is wonderful if you have two essentials – much to live on and much to live for.” – Author Unknown Securing financial security for your retirement can feel like a daunting, unattainable task. We at Franco Law Firm can assure you it is attainable. We are experts at Social Security Benefits, and we… Read More »
Did you know that about 61 million people depend on social security benefits every month? It’s true! In America, the government created the Social Security program to assist families and individuals financially, when they are not able to earn wages by employment. Now, we’ve already discussed the differences between Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)… Read More »
As we’ve discussed before, there can be many layers to the social security system and a lot of determining factors that can affect the kind of benefits you receive. So, when do you know it’s time to hire a Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) Representative Lawyer, and WHY do you even need one? Allow… Read More »
In a perfect world, everyone would be able to be financially stable and get all the help they need to maintain a healthy and happy lifestyle — even when not-so-happy circumstances come about. However, as we all know, not everything can be perfect, and when it comes to the Social Security system in America,… Read More »
Most people these days, of all generations, recognize the importance of succeeding in their careers and building a life where they can maintain happiness and comfort. Of course, while we encourage success and prosperity, we also encourage people to think about the “What if’s” of the future. One of them being, what if you… Read More »
Dealing with Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) can be anything but an effortless process. Unfortunately, the current social security system is constructed in a way that is not consistently cooperative and considerate, which regularly causes an ongoing battle for families all over to simply receive the benefits that they deserve. In some cases, it can be difficult to even recognize what you qualify for, or how exactly social security is calculated in the first place. So what are SSDI benefits?