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Eight Reasons Your Social Security Disability Claim may Have Been Denied

It is a fact that most disability claims are denied on their initial submission. The Social Security Administration (SSA) has strict standards that must be adhered to precisely. Sometimes even the smallest error can be the difference between having your claim accepted or denied. Here are eight common reasons why your disability claim may be denied. Insufficient Work History One of the major ...
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Getting SSI for a Child With a Learning Disability

Under certain circumstances, a child with a learning disability may be eligible for disability benefits through the Social Security Administration (SSA). However, not every child with a learning disability is eligible, so it may be difficult to discern whether or not your child qualifies. The information below can be used as a guideline to see if your child qualifies for disability benefits becaus...
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The Basics of a Quick Disability Determination

When an illness or injury makes it impossible for you to continue working, applying for disability benefits through the Social Security Administration is often a good option. However, the application is notoriously long and arduous. Applicants can sometimes wait for as much as one year, or longer before they get an answer about their application. If the claim is denied and an appeal is filed, the ...
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Your Traumatic Brain Injury Disability Claim

If you have suffered a traumatic brain injury and can no longer work, you will likely qualify for Social Security disability benefits. Since there are so many different types of traumatic brain injuries, the Social Security Administration (SSA) will review the extent of your injury. Specifically, they will look at the severity of the injury, how long you’ve had it, and how debilitating the i...
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SSA Compassionate Allowances Program

The Social Security Administration (SSA) has a Compassionate Allowances (CAL) program to quickly identify claims in which the applicant has a disease or medical condition that clearly qualifies for disability benefits. Rare and terminal diseases, certain cancers and brain disorders are on the CAL list, as are some rare disorders that affect children. The list contains serious medical con...
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