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  • 21 Jun 2019
  • Scott London
ADHD: Attention Deficit Disorder & Social Security Disability or SSI

Children diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) have difficulty focusing on and finishing tasks, are easily distracted, talk excessively and cannot sit still. They often have trouble making and keeping friends due to their impulsive behavior and require extra help in school. Although medications are available to alleviate hyperactivity and impulsivity associated with ADHD, […]

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  • 19 Jun 2019
  • Scott London
Getting Disability by Arguing You Can’t Even Do Sedentary Work

For the Social Security Administration to approve your disability claim, you must prove physical and/or mental limitations prevent you from performing jobs you previously held and earned wages. In addition, this disability must be severe enough to prevent you from performing less demanding work than work you were used to doing. For example, if you […]

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  • 22 May 2019
  • Scott London
How to Qualify for Social Security Benefits with a Terminal Illness?

If you’ve had a terminal illness diagnosis, your finances should be the least of your concerns. Luckily, if you need hospice care, you’re most likely entitled to Social Security benefits from medical qualification. These benefits can help you pay for medical bills, hospice services, housing and other expenses.     At What Age are You […]

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  • 16 May 2019
  • Scott London
Getting Social Security Disability Benefits for a Neurocognitive Disorder

Neurocognitive disorders encompass a range of illnesses that cause a decrease in healthy cognitive function, such as the ability to think or plan. Many illnesses can contribute to neurocognitive disorders, including brain injuries, brain damage and dementia.     Though many illnesses can result in a neurocognitive disorder, when determining disability benefits, Social Security is […]

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  • 15 Apr 2019
  • Scott London
When Can I Get Disability Benefits for Lung Cancer?

If you have been diagnosed with small cell lung cancer (oat cell lung cancer) and non-small cell lung cancer, you will likely qualify for disability benefits. The Social Security Administration (SSA) states that about 85 percent of lung cancers are the less aggressive type, or non-small cell lung cancer. Lung cancer is listed under “malignant […]

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  • 10 Apr 2019
  • Scott London
How Difficult Is It to Get Disability for Mental or Emotional Conditions?

Getting approved for disability by the Social Security Administration for anxiety disorders, an emotional disability or other type of mental disability is harder than getting approved for a physically disabling condition. Why? The primary reason is that symptoms of a mental illness cannot be objectively evaluated like x-rays, MRIs or CT scans can be evaluated. […]

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  • 09 Apr 2019
  • Scott London
Can I receive SSD Benefits for Hematological Disorders?

Hematological disorders are plasma or blood related disorders that may render a person unable to maintain gainful work activity. Malignant disorders involving the blood and/or plasma are cancerous or life-threatening. Non-malignant disorders include chronic anemia, hemophilia or other hematological disorders that are not an immediate danger to a person’s health. To receive SSD benefits for […]

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  • 05 Apr 2019
  • Scott London
How Does a Doctor’s Letter Affect Your Disability Case or Get It Approved?

What your doctor says and how they evaluate your case is important to whether the Social Security Administration approves or denies your benefits. Failing to see a doctor at all will almost certainly result in a denial. However, you can also be denied if the letter you present from your doctor doesn’t specify what officials […]

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  • 02 Apr 2019
  • Scott London
What Happens During and After a Physical Exam for Social Security Disability or SSI?

One of the most important aspects of the social security disability claims process is undergoing a medical examination. In fact, consultative medical exams are one of the main factors referenced when determining eligibility for SSD and SSI. If you haven’t had a recent medical evaluation by your own doctor or you’re lacking proper medical documentation […]

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  • 01 Apr 2019
  • Scott London
How Social Security Assesses a Disability Applicant’s Credibility?

In addition to providing compelling medical documentation of your disability to the Social Security Administration, one of the most important factors in SSA reviewers determining whether they accept or deny your claim is the credibility of the claim. SSA reviewers see medically determinable conditions like cancer, chronic neurological disorders or retardation as more credible than […]

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