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A New Year is a Perfect Time to Register to Vote! -

There’s a feeling of optimism and hope in the air every time the calendar turns from one year to the next, and we all set goals and resolve to make positive changes in our lives. This year is particularly special for those who want to see changes in our country; 2020 is an election year! […]

Changes in Work Requirements for Food Stamps: What Are They, and Do They Affect You? -

The federal government recently announced changes to the work requirements for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, otherwise known as SNAP, that could cause nearly 700,000 Americans to lose access to food stamps.  Many individuals who cannot work due to disability rely on food stamps to help feed their families. At Silver & Silver, our Philadelphia, […]

Zantac Lawsuits: Has Your Heartburn Medication Harmed Your Health? Our Team Can Help! -

If you’ve been taking Zantac to treat heartburn or acid reflux, you may or may not have heard that this drug has been in the news. If you weren’t aware, the popular drug is under fire — and for a good reason. In September, the Food and Drug Administration announced that Zantac medications being prescribed […]

4 Things You Might Not Know About Social Security Benefits -

At Silver & Silver, we take pride in serving as Social Security Disability attorneys for clients in Montgomery County and other nearby areas, to help those in need to pay their bills and support their families. While the average American probably thinks of Social Security as “money for the elderly,” there’s quite a bit more […]

How to Obtain Student Debt Forgiveness Due to Disability -

As some of Philadelphia, PA’s most accomplished Social Security lawyers, Silver & Silver understands a thing or two about getting clients what they lawfully deserve. Did you know that Americans with permanent disabilities could be eligible for total student loan forgiveness? In this article, we briefly explain the process of applying for disability-related student loan […]

Social Security: Introducing Who Decides if You Deserve Disability Benefits -

Who Runs the Social Security Disability Program (SSDP)? Social Security disability benefits are reserved for Americans who are “disabled,” as defined by the SSDP. However, you must meet the SSDP’s earnings requirements to qualify for disability benefits. Your employment history is also taken into consideration.