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How To Appeal A Disability Denial From The SSA

You received a denial of your disability application in the mail and you are wondering how to appeal. The first thing to realize is that you should not give up your case. Even if you feel upset or angry at the SSA, you cannot give up the fight after one or two denials of… Read More »

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THE BURDEN TO PROVE DISABILITY IS ON YOU

YOU HAVE THE BURDEN OF PROOF AT YOUR DISABILITY HEARING Most people think it is easy to prove disability to the SSA. Those who apply for disability benefits think they will win benefits at their hearing, if they simply explain their disabling symptoms to the Judge.  But the SSA system doesn’t work like that…. Read More »

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We Can Help You Apply For Benefits

IF YOU HAVE MENTAL IMPAIRMENTS SEEK HELP TO APPLY FOR BENEFITS You need to apply for benefits, but the SSA’s application process is difficult to understand on your own. The SSA requires you to complete an application form, submit medical records, and complete work reports.  If you have symptoms of Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Bipolar… Read More »

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Lost Your Case At The Hearing? What Are Your Options?

Did you go to your hearing with an administrative law judge and lose?  It doesn’t feel good to get an Unfavorable Decision in the mail, after waiting two years to get a hearing, sending in all of your medical records, and going through the stress of a hearing.  The SSA is now only granting… Read More »

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Multiple Sclerosis & Winning Disability Benefits

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS AND SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS Multiple Sclerosis is an auto-immune disease that affects the central nervous system. When an individual suffers from M.S., the insulating covers of the nerve cells in the brain, spinal cord, and optic nerves are damaged by a process called demyelination.  The effects of the disease are different for… Read More »

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How To File A Request For Reconsideration

DID THE SSA DENY YOUR APPLICATION? How do you file a request for reconsideration if you received a denial from the SSA?  Some people make the mistake of thinking they should give up. Do not give up, because the majority of people are denied once they file their application for disability benefits. People are… Read More »

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What Is Fibromyalgia?

DISABILITY BENEFITS Fibromyalgia is a medical condition that the Social Security Administration recognizes. You can obtain disability benefits from the SSA if you have this disease.  A medical doctor diagnosis Fibromyalgia after first ruling out other potential causes of a patient’s chronic body pain.  Also, the doctor must verify that a number of symptoms… Read More »

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Biggest Mistake People Make At Their Disability Hearing

DON’T MAKE THE BIGGEST MISTAKE AT YOUR HEARING What is the biggest mistake people make when they have a disability hearing before an Administrative Law Judge? BELIEVE IT OR NOT, THEY DON’T SHOW UP! You may be shocked to find out that many people, despite ample notice, don’t make it to their hearing. This… Read More »

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Black Lung Disability Benefits

PNEUMOCONIOISIS OR BLACK LUNG DISEASE Under 20 CFR 718.204 (2), total disability due to pneumoconiosis or black lung can be established by medical criteria, including the results of a valid pulmonary function test, a valid arterial blood gas-test, or by evidence that the miner suffers from cor pulmonale with right-side congestive heart failure. See… Read More »

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ALJ Denies Claimant With Cerebral Palsy

CEREBRAL PALSY Recently, an ALJ denied a claimant with Cerebral Palsy. He did this even though Social Security’s own doctors opined she could not work. The claimant filed for disability benefits stating she could no longer work, because her Cerebral Palsy had become worse as she aged.  The medical record stated she could no… Read More »

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