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3 Tips to Improve the Approval Chances of Your VA Disability Claim
Posted April 18, 2019

Social Security Disability LawyerObtaining VA benefits can often be a frustrating experience. There are many VA claims that are not approved due to common mistakes, such as filing out the application form incorrectly, not providing appropriate evidence of the medical symptoms and missing deadlines. Here are three key tips to improve the approval chances of your VA disability claim.


4 Factors That Can Reduce Your Social Security Benefits
Posted March 27, 2019

Harold W. Conick & Associates_1_Social Security Claim _March2019In the United States, social security is a system in place which provides disability, retirement, and survivor’s insurance benefits to workers and their families. This program is administered by Social Security Administration, which collected around $20.9 trillion since its inception and paid out $18.0 trillion at the end of 2017, leaving reserves of $2.9 trillion. While most people receive full disability benefits, there are 4 factors, which can lower the amount or, in some cases, result in discontinuation of social security benefits.


Four Reasons Why Disability Claims Get Denied
Posted February 13, 2019

There are millions of applications filed for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits in the United States, out of which only 30% are approved by the Social Security Administration. There are numerous reasons for the rejection which may greatly vary from one case to another.


Why Should You Hire A Social Security Lawyer?
Posted January 15, 2019

Social Security Disability AttorneyIn the United States, Social Security Administration (SSA) facilitates individuals who are suffering from a disability, provided that they are able to demonstrate that they are disabled by medical or some other form of evidence to the Social Security representatives. There are specific requirements set for the different types of impairment, all of which must validate that individual is unable to work for at least a year.