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Can You Get Disability For A Mood Disorder?  Mood disorders are serious, affecting as many as 9.7 % of adults in the U.S. alone. If you’ve been diagnosed with a mood disorder that is affecting your ability to earn a living, you may qualify for Social Security disability benefits. Very specific supporting evidence and criteria...


Many disability claims are denied due to a lack of supporting evidence to back up the claim. This often happens because the person applying doesn’t understand what evidence is needed and how to gather it, or any of  the other often confusing requirements of a complete application. This blog tells you how you can help...


It probably took what felt like forever to be awarded disability benefits from the Social Security Administration (SSA). Now that you have secured a successful claim, you’ve come to rely on your monthly payments. Every now and then, fear creeps in: What if your disability benefits stop? What then? This blog looks at if, when,...


If you are 60 or older and a disability prevents you from working, you can maximize your Social Security retirement benefits – and you may find it easier to be approved for disability also. This post will outline how you can qualify for disability benefits and hold off on your retirement benefits at the same...

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