Part 2: Properly Understanding the Social Security Disability Process
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Part 1: Properly Understanding the Social Security Disability Process
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Will You Qualify For Social Security Disability Benefits?
There is a five-step process in which to determine whether or not a person is considered to be disabled under Social Security's rules. Understand, these are much more complicated than what I am about to list, so it is always advisable to seek an attorney's assistance. But, this should at least help you get started. 1. Are you working right now? If you are not blind and you are making more than $1,090.00 each month as an individual, then you will receive a technical denial o
What To Expect At Your Social Security Disability Hearing
Understandably, most people who have filed for their Social Security disability and have been denied twice, will have some trepidation about what will occur at their hearing. Since all disability hearings are heard in private, this is not the type of proceeding where you can watch to first see how they take place. However, there are some things you, as the claimant (and your attorney, if you are represented) can do to better prepare so that your hearing goes more smoothly.
Understand The Five Step Sequential Process Social Security Uses to Determine if a Person is Disable
For most people, the fact that they have a severe medical condition, either physical or mental, leads them to believe they are unable to work and should receive Social Security disability benefits. Sadly, this could not be further from the truth. The reality is that there is a five-step process the Social Security Administration uses to determine if a person is disabled by their own rules. I cannot express how important this is. Just because your doctor or anyone else state
Preparation Is Essential For Your Social Security Disability Case
Time and time again I have spoken to Claimants who have a case pending for disability benefits and believe if they can only speak to the judge about how their conditions make them feel, then they will be approved for Social Security disability benefits. This could not be further from the truth. First, it is essential that you have complete and up to date medical records. In addition, these records need to adequately explain your condition or conditions and how they relate
Do You Have A Vocational Expert Scheduled to Testify At Your Social Security Disability Hearing?
Many disability claimants are often in bewilderment as to who and why a Vocational Expert (VE) would be scheduled to testify at their disability hearing. Many people mistakenly believe that just because they have a physical or mental impairment, they will be found to be disabled if they can only get in front of an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) and tell their side of the story. Sadly, without an attorney versed in Social Security disability law, you may find that you are n
Use a Daily Diary to Help Win Your Social Security Disability Case
One of the issues that plagues many people wishing to win their case to obtain Social Security benefits is that they often do not have enough medical evidence to back up their claims. One of the reasons is that many have been out of work nearly two years by the time their hearing date approaches and they have not had the funds to pay for individualized medical care from a private phsyician. Many have been relegated to only being able to go through a county emergency room when
If I'm Approved For Social Security Disability, How Much Will I Receive in Back Pay?
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The Social Security Disability Process Part 6
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