After your Testimony

In some rare instances, you may encounter additional activity at the conclusion of testimony in your hearing. In all cases, you should just allow your Colorado Social Security disability attorney to finish the job. Final round of testimonies After your testimony, your Colorado Social Security disability attorney lawyer will be allowed to question any witnesses…

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What Happens after Your Denver Social Security Lawyer Requests a Hearing?

When your Denver Social Security lawyer requests a hearing for your disability claim, you may be contacted by an attorney advisor. The attorney advisor, whose job description includes writing decisions for Administrative Law Judges (ALJ), reviews your file and, if he or she feels it’s incomplete, may request additional evidence or even a prehearing conference,…

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Steps in Determining your Disability Eligibility

Social Security regulations mandate that your condition must be a match within the Listing of Impairments for you to be considered “disabled.” Your Colorado disability lawyer will provide additional information about the List and other pertinent regulations. Listing of Impairments To be considered disabled at step 3 of the sequential evaluation process, your medical signs,…

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The Duration Requirement

If you are severely impaired and unable to work, check with your Denver Social Security disability lawyer to see if you meet the duration requirement. If you are, you may be eligible for disability benefits. Meeting the duration requirement To be eligible for disability benefits, your impairment must have lasted or be expected to last…

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