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  • How are traffic accidents involving 18-wheeler and semi-trucks different from accidents involving passenger cars in Florida?

    Accidents involving 18 wheeler and semi-trucks are typically much more catastrophic than accidents between comparably-sized cars. A fully loaded commercial truck can weigh over 80,000 pounds while the typical car weighs only about 3,000 pounds. The laws of physics dictate that a collision with a large truck can be disastrous, often resulting in serious injuries or fatalities. Also, semi-trucks may carry dangerous or hazardous materials that may compound the severity of the accident.

  • Who can I call if I'm confused while applying for Social Security Disability benefits?

    Contact the Social Security Administration at 1-800-772-1213 if you have any questions or concerns during the application process. 

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  • I'm still working, but my disability prevents me from earning enough money. Do I qualify for benefits?

    In 2010, a person making less than $1000 per month is not engaging in "substantial gainful activity." If their condition is expected to last at least 12 months, they can apply for disability benefits. Individuals who are working and disabled might have a harder time getting benefits, but they should apply as soon as they qualify. 

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  • I won't need benefits for about 2 months. Can I wait to apply then?

    Don't wait to apply for benefits. The application and decision process takes a lot of time, and you might not even be approved for benefits immediately. Apply for benefits as soon as you qualify.

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  • Can I apply for veterans disability benefits online?

    Yes. The Department of Veterans Affairs has an online application system called VONAPP . Information on the application and links to helpful pages are available at their web site.

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  • Can I apply for disability insurance benefits online?

    Maybe. It depends on whether or not your insurance company uses that technology. The exact method of applying for benefits depends on the terms of your specific policy. 

    The Coye Law Firm wants to help you win benefits after your first application. Call our offices to speak with an attorney who can schedule you for a free consultation and guide you to a successful claim.

     

  • If I'm applying for benefits online on behalf of my disabled spouse, do they need to be present?

    No, but it can go faster if they are present when you fill out the application. The disabled person signs electronically if the application is online if they are present. If they are not present, then the Social Security Administration sends a document in the mail for them to sign and return. 

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  • Do I need medical records and supporting evidence from my doctor when I file my initial application?

    A lot of people file applications online, so they submit their medical evidence separately. You will be asked to provide contact names, phone numbers, and addresses for your doctors and treatment sources. You will also be asked about your work history, so be prepared to share this information.

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