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Category Archives: Social Security Disability


Judges Finding Serious Errors in Social Security Claim Denials

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Recent reports indicate that the Social Security administration has been illegally denying claims at an all-time high, with judges ruling that there are serious errors leading to these disability denials. There are approximately two million disabled Americans who have been battling for years for benefits, even after federal courts ruled in their favor, with… Read More »

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Social Security Disability System Found Denying Benefits Based On Nonexistent Occupations

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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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