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How Can I Prove I am Disabled?

If you are applying for Social Security benefits, one item you must prove is that you are actually disabled. Among other things, you must prove: You are not performing substantial work. You have what the Social Security Administration considers a “severe medical condition,” and your impairment has lasted, or is expected to last, for at […]

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Why You Should Hire Us

There are many attorneys who advertise for Georgia workers’ compensation cases, personal injury and Social Security disability. Unfortunately, some of these attorneys have so many small cases in their office that no case gets personal attention. Our clients get personal attention because we are selective of the cases we take. We decline hundreds of cases […]

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Common Social Security Disability Myths

Myths! They exist for everything and when it comes to Social Security disability, there are probably more myths than there are facts. Here are a few to remember: If I lose, it’s not worth it to appeal! Not true! Valid claims are denied every day, and you should appeal immediately. Just because you were denied, […]

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Common Social Security Disability Myths

There are numerous Social Security myths out there, and many of my clients have no idea if they have a legitimate claim or not. Below are just a few of those myths, and the true answers to your SS disability questions. If I lose, it’s not worth it to appeal. Valid claims are denied every […]

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Social Security Disability Claims Become Tougher as Field Offices Close

The demand for Social Security payment is soaring as the baby boomer generation becomes older. But instead of making it easier for the baby boomers to access services, the Social Security Administration is closing field offices and reducing services to the public. The New York Times reported on a recent report by the Senate Special […]

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