Category Archives: Consultative exam

Lessons learned in 2012 – Always appeal a denial if you think you have a deserving case

For the remainder of 2012 I am going to post on what I have seen in the area of Social Security Disability law this past year both good and bad.  One of the most interesting observations I have made in both … Continue reading

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It only takes a gene

Last week I had a Social Security disability hearing at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (“ODAR”) in San Rafael, California. My client suffers from a rare auto-immune disease called ankylosing spondylitis (“AS”). “AS” is a type of arthritis … Continue reading

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