The DisabiliTEA video podcast, hosted by disability attorney Anjel Burgess, is a candid discussion of all things related to disability. Anjel Burgess is the Managing Attorney at the law firm of Burgess & Christensen. Burgess & Christensen specializes in helping adults and children across the United States receive social security disability benefits. In this episode… Continue reading The DisabiliTEA with Anjel Burgess and Sandy Burney (Part 1)
In Georgia, when a person is unable to work because they are ill, injured or are suffering from a condition, there will be inevitable concerns as to what the future holds.
Not everyone in Marietta holds a nine-to-five office job. Some people are not afraid to get their hands dirty during a hard day’s work in fields such as manufacturing, plumbing or construction.
When suffering from an illness, condition or injury that inhibits or outright prevents a Georgia resident from working, Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) can be a lifeline.
Caring for a disabled child can be both challenging and rewarding for parents who ultimately love their child and want to ensure their child is happy and thriving, despite their disability.
For most people in Georgia, applying for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) means dealing with the five-month waiting period.