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Monthly Archives: November 2011
Following a successful Social Security disability claim, you will begin receiving monthly benefits. You will also receive a lump sum payment of all of the back benefits that are owed you. Your Greenville disability attorney will be able to explain … Continue reading
If you have applied for disability benefits and been denied twice, you may be considering appealing again to what is called the hearing stage, at which an administrative law judge (ALJ) hears your case. A Greenville disability attorney will be … Continue reading
One of the most important aspects of your preparation for your Social Security disability hearing should be carefully choosing non-expert witnesses to testify on your behalf. In fact, the factor that most influences the administrative law judge’s decision could be … Continue reading
Your testimony on the symptoms of your disabling condition is some of the most important information that the administrative law judge should be aware of. The symptoms are not simply a diagnosis of your medical condition—they are what prevent you … Continue reading
Heading into a Social Security disability hearing can prove to be an overwhelming experience. Your Greenville disability attorney will help prepare you for what to expect in order to make the process as painless as possible. When you arrive at … Continue reading