Young Marr remains dedicated to our clients during this COVID-19 quarantine. We understand that legal needs of our clients must go on during this time. In order to minimize disruption as much as possible, we are offering free consultations via phone and/or video and can have our clients submit documents virtually.


Is Disability Insurance Tax Deductible in PA and NJ? / Is Disability Insurance Taxable?

Many of our clients frequently ask if disability insurance payments are tax deductible and if that income is taxable when received. Here, the attorneys of Young, Marr, and Associates provide an overview of the general inner workings of disability insurance for tax...

Long Term Disability (ERISA) Policies and Provisions Explained

Oftentimes, I am contacted by individuals who have been denied long term disability benefits. When questioned further, they are often unaware of the individual policy provisions. While many ERISA based (employer based) policies often delineate the terms providing...

What Are the Changes to Social Security Disability Benefits for 2020?

Every year, the Social Security Administration (SSA) updates its requirement for receiving Social Security benefits. These changes affect individuals who are retiring or already retired and claiming Social Security benefits. The SSA’s updates also affect disabled...

SSDI Income Limits in 2020

If you are disabled, you may be eligible for monthly Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) payments. To qualify for SSDI, your condition must be serious enough to limit your ability to earn a living. Earning a living does not necessarily mean you cannot work –...

Can Substance Abuse Prevent Me from Obtaining Disability Benefits?

Oftentimes, claimants will wonder can I still receive disability benefits if I have a drug or alcohol addiction. This answer is a resounding - maybe. More specifically, although drug or alcohol addiction may substantially interfere with a Claimant’s ability to perform...


Before coming to Young, Marr & Associates, our SSD attorneys worked for the SSA which gives us an advantage over attorneys who have never dealt directly with the internal SSA system. We know the process is difficult – your job is to get better, and our job is to make sure you get the disability you deserve.

Chances are you are preoccupied dealing with a painful illness. You are concerned about your financial future, about how you will get by without a steady source of income.

Read what our clients have to say about us.


“I have already recommended Paul Young numerous times. He was honest, explained endlessly in terms that were understandable. Paul Young guided me through the process from beginning consultation to the end of case. Highly satisfied and grateful for his expertise.”


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