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The question often arises: “Can I still receive SSI if I work?” The simple answer is yes. But of course, in the world of disability nothing is as simple as it seems. An individual may work, but he or she must understand how working affects SSI benefits.

This post contains updates on individual or systemic legal victories secured by Hinkle, Fingles & Prior. Please check back often for news about our caseload and successes.

AUTISM SOCIETY GREATER PHILADELPHIA 2016 SPRING AUTISM CONFERENCE. FRIDAY, MAY 6, 2016, Radisson Hotel Valley Forge, King of Prussia, PA; Featuring Steve Silberman, award winning science writer and New York Times bestselling author of NeuroTribes.

Hinkle, Fingles & Prior, Attorneys at Law is proud to partner with Eden Autism Services, a not-for-profit organization with a mission to improve the lives of children and adults with autism, to bring you this unique advocacy program. Six workshops will address the legal and advocacy issues facing parents, guardians and siblings of those affected by autism spectrum disorders from the early years following diagnosis, through the school years, and into adult life.

More than 500 guests, friends and families joined us yesterday as we celebrated 40 years of advocacy at Hinkle, Fingles & Prior. Thank you to everyone for marking this milestone in the firm’s history, and for making the day so outstanding.

Hinkle, Fingles & Prior, Attorneys at Law are proud to announce the Grand Opening of our new office in Wall, New Jersey. 1540 Highway 138 Suite 204D Wall, New Jersey 07719 609-896-4200 Open House • Legal Q&A • Free Consultation JOIN US Saturday, November 23, 2013 9 AM – 2 PM 9 AM Open House: […]

Hinkle, Fngles & Prior has estanlished a Pro bono Program, the goal of which is to provide legal representation to families that would not otherwise be able to secure this level of advocacy for their child.

Many people with disabilities forego employment for fear of losing their Supplemental Security Income (“SSI”) benefits. The question often arises: “Can I still receive SSI if I work?” Find out more here.

the cost of long-term care insurance will increase and the approval processes will become more difficult as more major insurance companies cease offering these policies. Medicaid will pay for long-term care; however, eligibility for Medicaid is limited to people with limited assets. Therefore, most people will either pay for nursing home care themselves, divest themselves of assets in order to achieve eligibility for Medicaid before the need for nursing home care arises, or purchase long-term care insurance.

Transition Workshops in Pennsylvania: The main goal of special education is simple: to prepare students with disabilities for further education, employment and independent living. In this 90-minute workshop, attendees will learn from experts how to engage in transition planning, and secure services and supports needed for success.

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