Nothing is more frightening than getting a denial letter from the Social Security Administration when you are disabled and cannot work. Unfortunately, this happens to
Know Your Claim
Social Security Disability seems fairly simple. You are just trying to prove that you cannot work. In practice, it is far more complex. Even the word “disability” is complex in practice. Does it mean that you cannot do your job or any job? What kind of evidence do you need? How do you file for disability? How do you appeal a denial? What’s a vocational expert?
These are just a few of the important questions people need to know. I’ve answered them hundreds of times and I’m happy to answer them again. Please give me a call and feel free to read my blog for answers to other questions that come up in Social Security Disability cases.
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