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Why you should never trust Social Security Doctors

Why You Should Never Trust Social Security Doctors

Never trust Social Security doctors. Pure and simple, you should always keep that in mind. There are many reasons why you should never trust Social Security doctors For starters: These doctors are not your friend, even if they say you are disabled. They have limited resources to really examine you. If you think they are …

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Is It Time to Get Rid of Doctor X to Win Social Security?

A doctor can make or break a disability claim. If you read my post about the importance of medical records you will understand that without “good quality” medical records you simply cannot win your disability claim. Now, let’s talk about an issue I come across very frequently and that it’s really important to bring it up. …

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How to Win a Social Security Claim Due to a Mental Illness

Winning a disability claim due to a Mental Illness takes skills. A lot of skills. Not just from the attorney representing you but also the medical professionals in charge of your treatment. A doctor learns what it takes to treat patients and tries his best to control a person’s mental illness. At times, the treatment …

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Do I Qualify For Social Security Disability for A Mental Disorder_ rt4

How Do I know I Qualify for Disability? Part 3

“How Do I know I Qualify for Disability?” part 1 and part 2 covered the timing of filing and some of the medical stuff related with knowing if your impairments qualify for disability. Today we will talk about mental impairments and whether you can get disability with these impairments.   Level of Severity and Duration The …

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How Do I Know I Qualify for Disability?-Part 2

In part 1, we talked about rules regarding the timing of your disability filing and how long you have to demonstrate your impairments have lasted to qualify for disability. Today, we will talk about the medical stuff. What medical impairment(s) will have a chance at winning disability. Part of my daily duties is answering calls from prospective clients …

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