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What you Need to Know about the Worn-Out Worker Rule in SSD Claims
Posted October 05, 2017

Social Security Disability AttorneyA majority of workers are unaware of the little-known provision of the SSA, known as the worn-out worker rule. This rule applies to disabled workers who have an extensive employment history comprising of unskilled physical labor work. The worn-out worker rule provides employees with disability a good chance for claiming Social Security disability benefits that otherwise would be denied.

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What to Expect from a Social Security Disability Interview
Posted September 18, 2017

Social Security Disability AttorneyIf you suffer from a disabling injury or medical condition, you may have several questions about filing for Social Security disability benefits and how the process will go forward after your application has been approved. Generally, the first step involves giving an initial interview to a Social Security representative. It is best that you prepare for it prior to going to the interview to increase the chance of your receiving SSD benefits.

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Does Getting SSD Benefits Become Easier After 50?
Posted August 08, 2017

Social Security Disability AttorneyWhen a worker reaches the age of 50, it becomes easy for them to qualify for Social Security disability benefits. This is because the Social Security Administration (SSA) takes into account the slow recovery from injuries or illnesses and the difficulty a person may face in shifting to a different type of work. The SSA lowers its qualification requirements as a worker turns 50, and they keep on getting more lenient as they become older.

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Social Security Disability Benefits for Special Senses/Speech Disabilities
Posted July 20, 2017

Social Security for Special SensesThe Social Security Administration (SSA) has designed Social Security Disability benefits programs that offer aid to people who have become disabled and are unable to earn a living. The criteria for being considered eligible for different kinds of physical impairments and debilitating diseases have been laid out in the Blue Book.

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