There are many free and informative resources online to help you understand disability programs and what they can provide for you. We have provided some very helpful links below that we invite you to review as you consider your options.
Except where indicated otherwise, these are third-party resources, and the Law Office of Paul J. Dombeck does not endorse – and is not responsible for – their content. While these resources are intended to provide useful information, they are not a substitute for speaking with an experienced and qualified Phoenix social security disability attorney about your case.
Social Security Administration Disability Benefits – For more information and resources on Social Security Disability Insurance. This site provides information for you to learn more about disability benefits, manage your benefits online, documents needed for applying, and several special cases.
Social Security Administration Supplemental Security Income – For more information and resources on Supplemental Security Income. This site covers topics such as applying for SSI, adults with disability, and creating a Social Security account.
U.S. Department of Veterans’ Affairs – For more information and resources on Veterans’ Benefits. This site includes a section on applying for benefits, appeals for those denied, and a complete description of all veteran benefits.
Arizona Department of Economic Security – offering resources and information for the disabled and aging.
Arizona Bridge to Independent Living – Information on work incentives program for people receiving Social Security benefits.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – provides resources on causes of accidents and common injuries and illnesses.
Consumer Product Safety Commission – provides information on recalls of defective products. Some topics you will find here include latest product recalls, safety news, injury statistics and information for small businesses to help determine if safety rules apply to their products.
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) – provides information and statistics on highway accidents.
Occupational Safety and Health Administration – provides information on laws governing workplace safety, including those applicable to farms, construction sites, and industrial facilities. This site has forms for filing a complaint, reporting a serious injury as well as videos on important issues such as the OSHA inspection process.
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