The Social Security Administration passed new regulations on when your attorney can withdraw from your Social Security Disability case. Previously, attorneys and non-attorney representatives could essentially withdraw from your case whenever they wanted to withdraw under social security’s rules. Attorneys still had to comply with State Bar rules that make
Previously, Administrative Law Judges were chosen through a long process put together by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM). Potential judges would take a bunch of examinations and were ranked based on score. Federal agencies could then interview the candidates with the highest scores (this is an over simplification but
In rare circumstances you can have your case designated as critical and cut in line. Social Security will let you cut in line based on a VA rating, a dire need, a terminal illness, or compassionate allowance. If the VA has found you 100 percent permanently and totally disabled, you
Once you’ve filed your initial application, your case will go to what we call the initial level. If you win at this level, great. If not, you’ll appeal. In most states the case will then be reconsidered and then if it’s denied again you can appeal to the hearing level.
Can I get Social Security Disability for my perthes disease? Yes, you can. There are two ways to get Social Security Disability for your perthes disease. The first way is to show that you meet Social Security’s specific listing on perthes disease and the second way is to show that
You have three options for filing your social security disability application: online, on the phone, or at your local office. It’s up to you what method you use, but I’ll outline the pros and cons of each below. If you choose to apply online, simply go to https://www.ssa.gov/applyfordisability/ and follow the instructions.