London Eligibility

Can Help You Get the Benefits You Need

Call for a free consultation



How to Get Disability for Bronchiectasis?

September 18th, 2018 Scott S. London 0 comments

A chronic lung disease involving thickened bronchi walls, inability for airways to clear mucus in bronchi and recurring infection, bronchiectasis causes long-term, permanent scarring to the lungs. This scarring ultimately leads to increased mucus production by cells lining bronchi walls, as well as loss of lung functioning over time. Bronchiectasis can be an acquired disease […]

How to Get Social Security Disability for Multiple Sclerosis?

September 11th, 2018 Scott S. London 0 comments

A chronic autoimmune and neurological disease affecting the central nervous system, multiple sclerosis (MS) is also a progressive condition that worsens over time. Difficulty walking, coordination problems, weakness and tremors in the arms and legs, cognitive issues and vision disturbances prevent many adults with MS from working and performing daily activities without assistance. While Social […]

Can I Get Social Security Disability for Sickle Cell Anemia?

August 30th, 2018 Scott S. London 0 comments

An inherited disease mostly affecting African-Americans and Hispanics, sickle cell anemia involves abnormally shaped red blood cells that cannot carry sufficient oxygen throughout the body. The “sickle” shape of red blood cells contributes to the stickiness and rigidity of the cells. Consequently, these cells adhere to blood vessel linings, causing patients to suffer from lack […]

Differences Between ERISA and Individual Long-Term Disability Plans

August 3rd, 2018 Scott S. London 0 comments

Employees Retirement Income Securities Act (ERISA) are group disability policies composed of complex federal and state laws. Individuals generally have ERISA disability policies provided by their employer. Other long-term disability plans offered by government or state employers do not have to be associated with ERISA.     How Can You Appeal ERISA and Individual LTD […]

How Much Can I Get for My Personal Injury Case and How Long Will It Take?

July 26th, 2018 Scott S. London 0 comments

Depending on a wide variety of factors surrounding a personal injury case, settling a claim could take less than a few weeks or as long as several years. Amount of injury compensation desired by the plaintiff, how long it takes to fully reconstruct and investigate the event causing the personal injury and what kind of […]

How the Negotiation Process Works in an Injury Case?

July 17th, 2018 Scott S. London 0 comments

With the expertise and knowledge needed to successfully conclude an injury claim negotiation to the advantage of their clients, personal injury attorneys also use other resources to obtain maximum compensation for their clients. For example, they will submit a demand letter to the defendant’s insurance company providing information about the reasons behind the amount of […]

Witness Letters for Your Social Security Disability Hearing

July 6th, 2018 Scott S. London 0 comments

Applying for disability benefits can be a very lengthy and complicated process for many Americans. If you or a loved one has previously applied for SSDI benefits and been denied, you have the right to appeal the original decision made by the Social Security Administration (SSA). In many cases, those who follow through with the […]

How Marriage Affects SSDI Benefits?

June 8th, 2018 Scott S. London 0 comments

Being married won’t affect SSI benefits you are already receiving but a new spouse who has an income will likely reduce your monthly benefit payment or even make you ineligible to receive benefits. The Social Security Administration calls this type of benefits adjustment “deeming spousal income“. When two people marry and both are receiving SSI […]

Is Alcohol or Drug Use a Contributing Factor to the Impairment?

May 28th, 2018 Scott S. London 0 comments

If you have a debilitating physical problem or a psychological/mental problem and suffer from alcoholism or drug addiction, you may be qualify for Social Security disability. However, if the Social Security Administration thinks your disability will improve if you stop drinking or taking drugs, your claim may be denied. In other words, the SSA denies […]

Why Is the Alleged Onset Date so Important?

April 20th, 2018 Scott S. London 0 comments

When an SSD decision is made, the Social Security Administration will use the “alleged onset date” as a factor weighing heavily in deciding retroactive payments. Also called the “disability onset date,” the alleged onset date describes the date that applicants claim their disability began interfering with their ability to work and earn a living. To […]