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A Cognitive impairment can make it difficult to hold down a job and support your family. Ranging in severity from mild memory loss to full-blown dementia and other life-altering symptoms, cognitive impairments can result from a brain injury, illness, or age. This blog will provide an overview of the different kinds of cognitive impairments and...

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Many people who apply for Social Security disability are denied at the initial application level –  especially without a lawyer advocating on their behalf. If you’ve been turned down for disability benefits and are faced with a condition that leaves you unable to work, the next step is to have an attorney file what’s called...

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About 1 in 4 adults in the U.S. are living with a disability. At the same time, more than 10 million receive disability benefits from the Social Security Administration. But while the numbers may seem staggering, it’s difficult to prove your condition is severe enough to qualify for benefits, especially if you don’t have an...

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Every successful Social Security disability claim goes through an extensive process to determine eligibility. This blog will review the steps of your disability claim – and how an attorney can help you secure benefits to support yourself and your family.  Step 1: Initial Application  Your first step in the Social Security disability claims process is...

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