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What is Social Security Disability Insurance | Social Security Disability Lawyer in St. Petersburg

Did you know that Social Security Disability Insurance is a disability benefits insurance program provided by the Social Security Administration? This program offers money benefits to individuals who have worked twenty out of the last forty quarters so that they have become insured and eligible for disability payments if they become unable to work for over a year. Social Security Disability benefits are not designed for people who have had a short-term illness that has kept them out of work less than a year. The Social Security Disability benefits are designed to provide...

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Social Security Disability Applications Rejected Every Year | Port Richey Social Security Disability Lawyer

Over 2.5 million applications for Social Security Disability benefits are rejected by the Social Security Administration every year. Your initial application for disability insurance is reviewed at the state level and statistics show that over 90% of these claims are rejected at the initial level and at the Request for Reconsideration level. To increase your chances of success at the hearing stage, Port Richey Social Security Disability benefits denied Lawyer Sharon Barrett, recommends that you obtain legal representation in your Social Security Disability claim. The Social Security Administration sets a standard attorney fee rates at 25%...

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Can I Work and Still Collect My Social Security Benefits?

The Social Security Administration provides work incentives that allow people to work and collect Social Security Disability benefits at the same time. This is called a trial work period and during that period you can keep what you earn and still collect benefits. However, you have to report your work activity to the Social Security Administration and continue to have a disabling impairment. The Social Security Administration lets you accumulate nine months of earnings in a sixteen month time period, it does not have to be consecutive. The Social Security Administration will consider your work ...

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Five Tips to Winning Your Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and/or Fibromyalgia Social Security Benefit Claim | Tampa Bay Social Security Disability Lawyer

Nancy Cavey, Social Security Disability attorney, knows how difficult it can be for someone who suffers from chronic fatigue syndrome or fibromyalgia to win a Social Security Disability case. There are five tips to winning a chronic fatigue/fibromyalgia denied Social Security Disability case: 1. Being treated by a specialist in chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia. Administrative Law Judges and the Social Security Administration are skeptical of claims that are based on a diagnosis of chronic fatigue syndrome or fibromyalgia made by physicians who don't specialize in the disease. At Cavey and Barrett, we find greater success in cases where...

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Science Express Identifies Link Between XMRV Retrovirus and Chronic Fatigue | Florida Social Security Lawyer

Judy Mikovits, research director of Whittemore Peterson Institute at the University of Nevada Reno, is co-author of a study just published in the journal Science Express that identifies a strong link between XRMV Virus and chronic fatigue syndrome. Over two thirds of the one million people in the United States who suffer from chronic fatigue are infected with XMRV. This study examined the blood samples from 101 chronic fatigue patients and compared them from samples of 218 healthy people. Over 67% of chronic fatigue sufferers had XMRV compared with less than 4% of the...

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Do I Really Need An Attorney To Appeal a Social Security Denial? Social Security Lawyer Tampa

What: Do I really need an attorney to appeal a social security denial? No, but as Abraham Lincoln says, “a person who represents themselves has a fool for a client.” If your Social Security Disability claim has been denied and you are filing your Request for Reconsideration or Request for Hearing, Sharon Barrett, a Social Security Disability attorney recommends that you have a licensed attorney representing you in your Social Security Disability claim. You should never go to a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge without an attorney who can help develop the medical and vocation...

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