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Immune System Disorders Listing Updated by Social Security | Hillsborough County Social Security Disability Lawyer

The Social Security Administration has published changes to the Immune System Disorder listings which will become effective June 16, 2008. Immune disorders that are covered in this listing include autoimmune disorders, HIV infection, systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), scleroderma, connective tissue disorder, polymyositis, dermamyositis, inflammatory arthritis and a new listing for Sjogren's syndrome found at Listing 14.10....

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What is the Five Step Sequential Evaluation the Social Security Administration Uses in Every Case All the Time?

The Social Security Administration analyzes your claim using what is called a 5 STEP SEQUENTIAL EVALUATION process which we outline below. 1. Have you engaged in substantial gainful activity? At Step One, the issue is whether you have worked after the date you said you became disabled. Most Social Security applicants meet test one because they have not worked since their disability began. If you have worked after the date you said you became, disabled, we can determine whether that work may disqualify you from entitlement to benefits. 2. Do you have a severe impairment? Step 2 is designed to weed out cases that...

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How Will I Know That the Attorney I Choose to Represent Me Is Competent and Will Know What to Do? Tampa, FL

You should ask the attorney about his/her qualifications and if he/she has handled a case like yours! Find out what the lawyer thinks of your case and what actions he/she recommends. Of course, a Social Security Disability Rights Analysis is the best way to answer these questions immediately. *Click here for a FREE copy of "Your Rights to Social Security Disability Benefits" Answering these broad-based questions isn't easy. Help is a phone call away. You can contact Nancy Cavey, an experienced long-term disability attorney at 727-894-3188. ...

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