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  • SSD & the Listing of Impairments
    SSD & the Listing of Impairments

    When people apply for disability , “approval for benefits” is based on a few factors. One, the person’s medical condition must meet the Social Security Administration’s definition of a disability. ...

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  • SSDI & Anxiety-Related Disorders
    SSDI & Anxiety-Related Disorders

    Almost everyone experiences anxiety at some point in time as it is a normal human emotion. When faced with a big test, a problem at work, or a conflict with another person, one may feel anxious, ...

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  • Intellectual Disabilities & SSD
    Intellectual Disabilities & SSD

    Do you have a family member that has been diagnosed as intellectually disabled? If so, he or she may qualify for Social Security Disability benefits. In order for someone to qualify for SSD benefits, ...

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  • Do You have a Malignant Neoplastic Disease?
    Do You have a Malignant Neoplastic Disease?

    If you have one of these diseases, then you may qualify for social security disability insurance. According to the Social Security Administration, the government will evaluate the origin of your ...

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  • Genitourinary Impairments: What Are They And Can I Be Disabled If I Have Chronic Renal Disease?
    Genitourinary Impairments: What Are They And Can I Be Disabled If I Have Chronic Renal Disease?

    Continuing with our blog exploring all of the Listing of Impairments concerning whether a person is disabled , we will now address genitourinary impairments. These are impairments that are caused by ...

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  • Digestive System Impairments: How Will The SSA Evaluate My Response To Treatment?
    Digestive System Impairments: How Will The SSA Evaluate My Response To Treatment?

    The SSA provides a lot of explanation concerning its evaluation of a claimant's response to treatment. As we noted in the last blog entry, that the SSA will want to see your response to treatment as ...

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