Category: Social Security


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Can This Case Be Won? Episode 2

“He’s had terrible seizures ever since he went on a drinking binge.” “My husband has lost all hope of ever working again since he developed…

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Return Home of Troops from Afghanistan and Iraq Should Mean Being Prepared to Offer What they Need

A recent article in the New York Times reports that although the withdrawl of troops will save billions of dollars, those returning veterans will need…

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The Deficit Deal Allows Social Security Administration to Ramp up Continuing Disability Reviews

The Wall Street Journalreported today that the deficit deal leaves the Social Security Administration (SSA) free to accelerate its continuing disability reviews to remove beneficiaries…

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Can This Case Be Won? Episode 1

Can This Case Be Won? This feature will appear from time to time as a means of illustrating the challenges that most applicants for social…

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Recent Study about Disparities in Disability Decisions among Administrative Law Judges is Hotly Contested by the Social Security Administration

The Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC), a non-profit independent data gathering, research and distribution organization at Syracuse University released a startling analysis of the disparities…

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Is disability the new diversity?

If you don’t have a child, a parent or a spouse with a disability, you may think it’s an unusual phenomenon.  But the U.S. Census…

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