Social Security Claims

4 Major Changes for Social Security to Be Aware Of The Social Security Administration (SSA) has reviewed its system for 2020 and so have the SSDI lawyers at Ryan Bisher Ryan & Simons. Here are the major updates in social security to be aware of for 2020. As always, we…

If you have become disabled and expect to apply for Social Security Disability Insurance benefits, your next thought is likely to be how much money will you receive. Knowing your probable SSDI payment amounts is important for planning purposes and for peace of mind. At Ryan Bisher Ryan & Simons,…

  There are many complexities involved with the application process for obtaining Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. Because of these challenges, our SSDI Lawyers have provided the most important steps to get started in an effort to help simplify the application process overall. One qualification factor, in particular, that…

Ryan Bisher Ryan & Simons, one of Oklahoma’s most established disability law firms, is pleased to announce that they have secured a large award of back benefits for another of their Social Security disability clients. The award was obtained by senior attorney, Philip D. Ryan, who oversees all of the…

While federal tax reform legislation gets all the headlines, Congress also made significant changes last year that impact Social Security programs, including Social Security Disability programs. If you are a senior citizen in Oklahoma or are living with a disability, here are some 2018 Social Security changes you should be…

When you apply for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), a key factor in deciding whether you will receive disability benefits is the determination of whether your condition meets Social Security’s strict definition of being disabled. A state agency called Disability Determination Services (DDS) evaluates whether you are disabled based on…

An application for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) must demonstrate three factors. First, you must show that you have accumulated enough payroll work credits to qualify. These credits are earned by working and paying taxes. Most workers earn four credits per year. Depending on your age, you will need to…