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4 reasons why attorneys are rejecting your disability case

4 Reasons Why Social Security Attorneys Are Rejecting Your Case

There are many reasons why attorneys are rejecting your case. The biggest question is: what does that mean to your case? Every claimant thinks they have a “slam dunk” case because they live their “disability” every day. However, a lot of conditions, even if visible, require documentation to show how “limiting” things are for you. …

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Why You Should Never Submit Your Medical Records at the Last Minute

It’s not uncommon for claimants to wait until the day of their Social Security hearing to submit their medical records. This is a serious and costly mistake! With average wait times of 15 to 18 months, there is plenty of time to get your records in. So, why do people leave it for the last …

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The Social Security disability Hearing. Nifty Hearing Checklist included

The Social Security Hearing: Best Ways to Argue Your Case

The Social Security hearing is probably the most stressful part of the claim for most people. To start, it’s probably the first time the person is in front of a judge. Claimants have these expectations about the place, how a judge will call you and how the judge will address the impairments. The list goes …

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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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