Category Archives: proving disability

18 Sep

Medical-Vocational Guidelines – “Grids”

What are “Grids”? If a person applying for disability benefits is found to be unable to return to their past work, then the next question is whether or not they can do any other work.  If the claimant can do other work then they will not be considered disabled, and if they cannot, then they

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07 Mar

How to Prove Mental Illness in a Social…

How to Prove Mental Illness in a Social Security Application By:  Disability Group (www.socialsecuritylaw.com) There is no question that people who suffer from mental illnesses have difficulty finding and maintaining employment.  Many mental illnesses such as clinic depression or bi-polar disorder can have a major effect on one’s ability to interact with others, follow directions

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02 Feb

How to Prove Pain in a Social Security Disability Case

What is the Social Security Administration trying to do in my disability case? The Social Security Administration’s main goal is to decide whether you are able to work, doing either your past job or any type of job. Does the Social Security Administration (SSA) consider the pain I am in when deciding whether to award

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25 Jan

Seizures and Social Security Disability Claims – How To Prepare Your Case

There are more than 29 different seizure disorders, and not all of them result in convulsions. In fact, seizures are experienced differently from person to person. Many individuals with chronic seizure disorders are able to control seizures with medications.  If you take medications as directed and still continue to experience seizures that prevent you from

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24 Jan

Social Security Myths EXPOSED!! Disability Group Inc Reveals The Truth About the Social Security Claims Process

Applying for Social Security disability benefits can be intimidating and time-consuming. Understanding how the system works can be the difference between winning or not winning your disability benefits.  Disability Group reveals common Social Security disability myths and misconceptions. Myth: The Social Security Administration denies everyone the first time they apply for disability. This is absolutely

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18 Jan

Why You Should Avoid Changing Lawyers in the Middle of Your Case

An experienced lawyer can be very helpful to you and your Social Security Disability case. Your lawyer can evaluate your case and suggest a strategy to win your case. After handling hundreds of cases, most attorneys have a fairly good perspective as to what cases are winnable and what cases are not, and what it

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