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Psoriatic arthritis can be a disabling disease. The SSA classifies psoriatic arthritis under listing 14.09 for “Inflammatory Arthritis.” In order to receive disability payments, your arthritis must prevent you from working. You might not be able to work due to inability to ambulate or to use your fingers repeatedly for actions like typing. Additionally, you… Read More »

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What Will The Judge Ask At My ALJ Hearing?

HIRE AN ATTORNEY TO HELP YOU PREPARE FOR YOUR ALJ HEARING Be prepared for your ALJ hearing. You should hire an attorney to help you be a good witness. You need to think about the answers to some basic questions before you arrive. The hearing is being held to determine not only if you… Read More »

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Trumpcare Won’t Cover Pre-existing Conditions

Trumpcare Might Make You Lose Your Medical Care With Trumpcare passing the House, millions of people are in jeopardy of losing their medical care for serious medical conditions.  The Republican plan to eliminate the Affordable Care Act proposes to eliminate the provision that protects those with pre-existing conditions. Trumpcare allows insurers to charge people… Read More »

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DISABILITY BENEFITS FOR INFLAMMATORY ARTHRITIS Inflammatory Arthritis, under the SSA’s listing, is a title that is meant to cover a number of disorders. Arthritis is inflammation of the joints. The most common types of arthritis are osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Typically, inflammation of major joints is the main sign of arthritis. Additionally, there may be… Read More »

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If you cannot work due to blindness and visual loss, you should receive disability benefits. The SSA’s laws state that if you are partially, legally, or totally blind, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. The Cannon Disability legal team has over 30 years of experiencing… Read More »

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Disability benefits are obtainable for hearing loss. The SSA disability insurance program offers two types of benefits, Social Security Disability Insurance benefits (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. SSDI benefits are awarded if a person is disabled and unable to work. One must work first, in order to be eligible for SSDI benefits…. Read More »

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Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome (HLHS) is a rare congenital heart defect. When a baby is born with HLHS, the left side of the heart is severely under-developed. The affected structures of the heart can include the mitral valve, left ventricle, aortic valve, and the aorta. Because the left side of the heart is unable… Read More »

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Do you have a low IQ and need disability benefits? Cannon Disability Law can help you. For the past 30 years, we have helped our clients apply for disability benefits. And, we love winning disability benefits for people who have IQ issues and cannot work. REASONS FOR IQ ISSUES AND NEEDING DISABILITY BENEFITS There… Read More »

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URGENT: In Order to Get EI Payment from Government - Immediate Action Required for Social Security Recipients with Dependents Who Did Not File Tax Returns in 2018 or 2019

This message is for those who would like to receive their Economic Impact Payment and are already receiving disability benefits. The government is requiring you to take action to receive your EI payment during COVID-19. It is also for those who are currently receiving retirement and survivors benefits, who have dependent children. Act Now… Read More »

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SSA LETTER EXTENDING DEADLINES DURING COVID-19 If you received a letter from the SSA about extending deadlines during COVID-19, you may have some concerns. Do not worry. During this pandemic, the SSA is extending deadlines for requests for information, evidence, or call-in letters whenever possible. The SSA will not take an adverse action because… Read More »

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