Category Archives: Social Security disability hearings

Social Security field offices closed but you may still apply for disability

I drove by the Vallejo field office the other day and saw this sign that the field office is closed.  It is closed just like all of the field offices across the United States.  Nevertheless, you may still apply for … Continue reading

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Argue and present evidence at your hearing that you meet or equal a listing

In a recent decision issued by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, the Court indicated that a claimant must raise the issue that he or she equals the listings, at the time of a hearing in front of an Administrative … Continue reading

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Quoted today in an article in the Wall Street Journal about disability judges facing more scrutiny

It is no secret among Social Security Disability attorneys that cases are getting tougher to win.  Today an article in the Wall Street Journal confirmed this.  The article, “Government Pulls in Reins on Disability Judges,” discusses how the Social Security Administration … Continue reading

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