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VA claims backlog is being reduced slowly but surely
Posted April 14, 2014

One of the biggest and most accurate complaints lobbied against the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is that they are too slow and bogged down by records. We have heard time and again that the veterans benefits process would be sped up but have yet to see real results. The Washington Post reports that this may soon be changing, as VA officials claim the backlog have been cut by 44 percent since reaching its zenith in March 2013.


Social media may play role in SSA disability hearings
Posted April 10, 2014

Are you mindful of what goes on your social media accounts? If you are applying for disability benefits with the Social Security Administration, you certainly should be.


SSA disability may now be easier to get for veterans
Posted March 25, 2014

Getting disability benefits from the Social Security Administration is never an easy process. However, for those who have served for the U.S military, it may now be faster.


Records essential to prove childhood disability cases
Posted March 19, 2014

When applying to the Social Security Administration for children’s disability benefits, it is imperative to have medical records submitted, but school records will also play a key role in the hearing process. School documents, such as Individualized Education Program papers, will help show the special education services that have been received.