How is Social Security handling the COVID-19 outbreak?

by Casaundra Johnson | May 31, 2020 | Eligibility

Like nearly every other government agency across the country, the Social Security Administration has made several changes to its daily operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For example, Social Security offices have been closed to more >>

Social Security Benefit Increases for 2020

by Casaundra Johnson | Oct 16, 2019 | Social Security and Disability Compensation

The Social Security Administration recently announced that the Social Security and Supplemental Security Income benefits will increase again in 2020 due to the annual cost-of-living adjustment (COLA). Social Security and SSI beneficiaries can expect a 1.6 percent increase in benefits in 2020 due to inflation and the rising cost of more >>

He Ran!!

by The Bainbridge Firm, LLC | Jun 09, 2017 | Social Security in the News

Remember my first blog regarding the Case of Eric Conn? If not, click the link to read it now! So Eric Conn pleaded guilty to all those charges, government witnesses warned he was a flight more >>

Social Security Fraud Scheme – Administrative Law Judge pleads guilty!

by The Bainbridge Firm, LLC | May 17, 2017 | Social Security in the News

Remember not long ago I posted this story on Attorney Eric Conn… Well this is one of his co-conspirators former ALJ David Black Daugherty. David Daugherty has pleaded guilty to two counts of receiving illegal gratuities, more >>

Disability Lawyer Pleads Guilty to Fraud Case

by The Bainbridge Firm, LLC | Mar 28, 2017 | Social Security in the News

Eastern Kentucky Social Security Attorney Eric Conn has recently plead guilty to one count of stealing from the Social Security Administration and one count of paying illegal gratuities to a federal judge. Since October 2004, more >>

The Plague on Social Security Disability Claims

by The Bainbridge Firm, LLC | Mar 16, 2017 | Social Security in the News

Getting approved for Social Security Disability claims are no walk in the park. You would think it would be much easier but the process can be very long and repetitive. Waiting for a response is more >>

The right to bear arms and receive Social Security benefits

by The Bainbridge Firm, LLC | Feb 16, 2017 | Social Security in the News

It’s been all over the news lately and this is good to some bad to others. Our government will be voting to overturn current policy that requires individuals that receive Social Security disability benefits for more >>

Taxation of Social Security and SSDI Payments

by Kara Dolan-West | Mar 31, 2015 | Social Security in the News

If you receive Social Security or Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) income, you will also receive a Form SSA-1099 from the government. This form tells you the total amount of your benefits but does not more >>

Why did the WSJ use years-old data to attack Social Security disability?

by Kara Dolan-West | Mar 17, 2015 | Social Security in the News

At first glance, an op-ed in Monday’s Wall Street Journal makes a devastating case against Social Security’s disability system. On closer inspection, the case isn’t so clear. “A system designed to serve society’s vulnerable has more >>

Disability cut would be ‘death sentence,’ says Social Security Chief

by Kara Dolan-West | Feb 17, 2015 | Social Security in the News

A failure by Congress to shore up the Social Security Disability Insurance Trust Fund would be a “death sentence” for its beneficiaries, the acting commissioner of the Social Security Administration said Wednesday. At a Senate more >>