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Category Archives: Social Security Disability


Social Security Disability System Found Denying Benefits Based On Nonexistent Occupations

By Buzzell, Welsh & Hill |

New reports released by The Washington Post recently revealed that the Social Security Disability system has been wrongfully denying benefits to applicants based on an archaic job title system. As a result, those applicants who fail to work with an attorney to help navigate the system are having difficulty obtaining the support that they… Read More »

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Navigating Social Security Disability For Mental Health Impairments

By Buzzell, Welsh & Hill |

When people think of Social Security disability, they often think only of workers suffering from physical ailments; however, a reported more than two million workers receive disability benefits in connection with depression and other mental health issues, which reflects close to 30 percent of all disability recipients. As a result, many people suffering from… Read More »

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