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Our informative monthly newsletter provides valuable information about Social Security disability to our clients and professionals in our community that assist the disabled. If you would like a past issue, please contact our office and we would be happy to provide it to you. Click here for this month’s issue.

January-18Blood Disorders Can Be Severe and Make Work Impossible
February-18 How Do We Prepare For Hearings?
March-18Sometimes More Than Social Security Disability Available
April – 18Autism Spectrum Listing a Challenge
May-18Cardiac Complications and Disability
June-18Representative Payee Program Gets Updated
January-17Social Security and the New Year
February-17 Social Security Revises Mental Impairment Listings-Part 3
March-17 Social Security Disability: Current Events
April – 17Traumatic Brain Injury Challenges Disability Determinations
May-17Epilepsy Analysis Changes in New Neurological Listings
June-17New Multiple Sclerosis Rules Change the Analysis
July-17How to Prove Claims for Anxiety Disorders
August-17Evaluating Intellectual Disorders – a Revised Analysis
September-17New Guidelines: Docs Don’t Rule Anymore
October-17It Takes a Village
November-17Eating Disorders Have Listings
December-17New Year Brings Slight COLA Increases and Uncertainty
January-16Important Legal Documents for Families of the Disabled
February-16Chronic Back Pain Claims Challenging to Prove
March-16Making a Disability Case for Dementia
April – 16Disability Eligibility for Migraine Headaches
May-16Judges – Longer Backlogs and Fewer Approvals
June-16Sarcoidosis and Social Security Disability
July-16Interstitial Cystitis Symptoms Can Preclude Work
August-16Glossary of Social Security Disability Terms
September-16SSA Issues Ruling on Genetic Testing
October-16Ya’ Gotta Keep in Touch~And There’s an App for That!
November-16Social Security Revises Mental Impairment Listings
December-16Social Security Revises Mental Impairment Listings-Part 2
January-15Depression: How to Prove a Disability Case
February-15Cardiac Claims More Challenging with Better Science
March-15So Just What Is “Quarters of Coverage”?
April-15Trust Fund Issues – Define The Problem Before Chopping Benefits
May-15Digestive Disorders: Crohn’s Disease, Colitis and IBS
June-15Representative Payee – Duties and Pitfalls
July-15Age and Disability – Congress Making Changes?
August-15Disability and Pain – A Challenge of Proof
September-15Cancer Listings Modified by Social Security
October-15Mental Illness Claims: What You Need To Know
November-15Tidbits from the World of SS Disability
December-15Disability Benefits Protected with Budget Deal
January-14Cost of Living Increases
February-14Demonstrating Limitations for Arthritic Impairments
March-14Proposed Changes to Listings for Cancer Frustrating
April-14Social Security Cutting District Office Services
May-14SSA Ruling for Fibromyalgia
June-14Initial Application: Important to be Prepared at the Outset
July-14When Choosing a Social Security Attorney – Choose Local
August-14Social Security Updates Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Requirements
September-14Substance Abuse and Social Security Disability
October-14Medical Records Can Make or Break a Claim
November-14SSA Issues Ruling on Diabetes Complications
December-14Meager COLA Increase Ends Difficult 2014
January-13AIDS/HIV and Hepatitis C Disability Still Evolving
February-13What to Expect an  Administrative Judge Hearing
March-13Proving Anxiety Disorders for Disability Claims
April-13Listing of Impairments: Key to Disability Eligibility
May-13Back Pain Claims: Most Common Disability
June-13Updates on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
July-13ADA Protection and Social Security Benefits
August-13Challenges to Proving Lupus as a Disability
September-13How Can a Claimant Afford an Attorney?
October-13Social Security Eliminates “Mental Retardation” Title
November-13Depression and Disability: How to Prove a Case
December-13How Can Providers Help With Disability Claims?
January-12Proving Disability for Multiple Sclerosis
February-12Psychiatric Disorders as Basis for Disability
March-12The Dirty Dozen: 12 Biggest Mistakes Claimants Make
April-12Getting Your Clients All Possible Benefits
May-12Use of Hands Vital to Most Jobs
June-12Substance Abuse: Is it Still a Disability?
July-12Disability Factors in Respiratory Diseases
August-12New Compassionate Allowance Conditions Announced
September-12Alzheimer’s and Dementia: Fast-Tracked Decisions
October-12New Ruling for Fibromyalgia
November-12Important Tips for Filling Out Forms
December-12How Can Providers Help Disability Claims?
January-11Documenting Limitations for Arthritic Impairments
February-11Medical Records Can Make or Break a Claim
March-11Mental Illness Claims: Challenging But Winnable
April-11Combined Impairments Help Prove Disability
May-11Expediting Your Client’s Social Security Claim
June-11Cardiovascular Disability on the Rise
July-11Treating Physicians’ Role in Disability Claims
August-11Digestive Disorders: Chron’s Disease, IBS and Colitis
September-11When Do Dependent Children Qualify for Payments?
October-11When Does Kidney Disease Become Disabling?
November-11The Role of Vocational Experts
December-11Planning In-service Trainings or Speakers for 2012?
January-10SSA’s Cancer Disability Regulations Updated
February-10State Economy Affects Social Security Claims
March-10Proving Mental Impairments for Disability Claims
April-10It Gets Easier As You Get Older
May-10Diabetes in Danger of Losing Disability Status
June-10Back Pain Cases Prove Challenging But Winnable
July-10What on Earth are “Frozen Quarters”?
Aug-10The Legal Effect of Medical Side-Effects
Sept-10Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma Cases Can Be Won
Oct-10What Qualifies You for Social Security or SSI Disability?
Nov-10Fibromyalgia: Medical and Legal Mystery
Dec-10It’s Time For Year End Planning And Updates
January-09Lupus Covered by New Disability Regulations
February-09Unemployment Benefits and Disability Law
March-09Proving Pain in Disability Claims
April-09What to Expect at an Administrative Judge Hearing
 May-09“Listing of Impairments” How Does Social Security Determine Eligibility?
June-09When is Kidney Disease Disabling?
July-09RFC – The Key to Proving Disability
August-09Considering Literacy as Part of a Disability Claim
Sept-09Disability in Asthma and Other Respiratory Diseases
Oct-09How Can a Claimant Afford a Lawyer?
Nov-09Well-Documented Fatigue Strengthens Claims
Dec-09It’s Time For Year End Planning And Updates
January-08Multiple Sclerosis: Unique Issues for Proving Disability
February-08The Secret to Success in Reopening Prior Claims
March-08Back Pain Cases Need Special Attention
April-08Important Tips for Filling Out Forms
 May-08Cancer Disability Claims: Develop the Whole Picture
June-08New Regulations Issued on Immune Disorders
July-08When Family Members are Eligible for Disability Benefits
August-08Not Too Late for Tax Stimulus Checks
Sept-0811 Biggest Mistakes Claimants Make
Oct-08Personality Disorders as a Basis for Disability
Nov-08Brain Injuries May Trigger Eligibility for Benefits
Dec-08It’s Time For Year End Planning And Updates

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