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Community Legal Aid Society
A private, non-profit law firm dedicated to equal justice for all
300 Delaware Ave, Wilmington, Delaware 19801

Doroshow, Pasquale, Krawitz, Siegel & Bhaya
Dedicated to providing affordable legal services to the community
1202 Kirkwood Hwy, Wilmington, Delaware 19805

Linarducci & Butler --› Quick Tips
Representing Social Security Disability Claimant's throughout Delaware
910 W. Basin Road, Suite 100, New Castle, Delaware 19720

The Lyons Law Firm
Social Security Disability Attorneys
1526 Gilpin Ave, Wilmington, Delaware 19806

Kent County

Paul G. Enterline
Social Security Disability Appeals Attorney
113 S. Race St, Georgetown, DE 19947


Social Security Attorney Advice from the Experts

Social Security Disability Claims

The most important thing to remember when applying for Social Security disability benefits is that there is no such thing as too much information. Claimant's routinely only tell the Social Security Administration about the most severe problem that they are experiencing, and leave out medical conditions that have a significant impact on their ability to work. It is also important that the Social Security Administration is notified about every doctor that has treated you since the impairment began.

It is also important to know that generally if you are under 50 years old, in order to be found disabled you must be unable to perform any type of work on a full-time basis for at least 12 months. If it is determined by the Social Security Administration that you are capable of performing less strenuous work than you have done in the past, it does not matter whether you can do your past work, or whether the less strenuous job only pays minimum wage. If you are under 50 and are able to perform some types of work on a
full time basis, or if you make more than $900 per month in part time work, you will not qualify for disability benefits.

About the Author: If you have additional questions about the Social Security disability process, or if you are considering applying for benefits, it is almost always helpful to have an attorney assist you. Please contact Steven Butler, Esquire of Linarducci & Butler to schedule a free consultation appointment to determine if you would like assistance with the Social Security process. Steven and his partner Gary Linarducci limit the majority of their practice to Social Security disability cases. To schedule an appointment contact:

Linarducci & Butler, Attorneys at Law
910 W. Basin Road, Ste. 100
New Castle, DE 19720
PH: (302) 325-2400 Fax:(302) 325-2780
Email: steve [at]

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