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Social Security disability hearing status
March 16, 2021

You Received a Social Security Disability Court Date: What’s Next?

Getting denied for Social Security disability benefits is extremely common, though that doesn’t make it feel any less frustrating. Individuals who are denied at the initial and reconsideration stages can request a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ), who will make a decision based on all available evidence and the person’s testimony. There are… Read more »

Social Security history facts
February 11, 2021

Q&A: The History of Social Security Disability

The Social Security Disability system you’re familiar with has evolved over decades of legislative actions and judicial decisions in our country. The history of Social Security disability is a long and winding one, with many obstacles overcome in order to reach the program’s current standing. Though the early years of Social Security disability don’t line… Read more »

Social Security disability appeal lawyer
January 21, 2021

At What Part of the Social Security Disability Appeal Process Should I Hire a Lawyer?

Your Social Security disability application got denied. Denial is common and happens to many who apply for benefits. If you are at this stage of the process where you need to file an appeal with the Social Security Administration (SSA), there are some things to consider before proceeding. The most important factor? Hiring a Social… Read more »

how do I know if my disability is approved
December 14, 2020

How Do I Know If My Disability is Approved?

So, you’ve applied for Social Security disability. You’ve gone through the process of applying and have been patiently waiting for your case to be reviewed. You may find yourself wondering, “How do I know if my disability is approved?” The disability approvals process can be long and complex, so it’s important for you to understand… Read more »

activities of daily living
December 03, 2020

A Pocket Guide: Activities of Daily Living

You may not think much of it, but the activities you perform on a daily basis play an essential role in whether or not your disability benefits are granted or denied by the Social Security Administration. The term for this is simply activities of daily living, also referred to as ADL. Below, we explain what… Read more »