What to Expect at Your Social Security Disability Hearing

In preparation for your Social Security disability hearing, you Denver disability lawyer will explain not only the best manner in which you should testify, but also how the procedure of the hearing will be conducted.  This will allow you to feel more at ease and as a result your testimony will be that much more…

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If You Receive a Favorable Decision in Your Disability Hearing

Your Colorado disability lawyer will counsel you that once you have received a favorable decision, the Social Security Administration (SSA) will automatically begin processing your benefit award.  However, you may have some questions as to how exactly the process works. How Far Back Will My Benefits Go? Your benefits do not begin on the date…

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The Social Security Disability Hearing Procedure

Denver disability attorney Explains the Social Security Disability Hearing Procedure The Social Security Administration (SSA) has a published manual, known as the HALLEX, which among other things establishes the procedure for a claimant’s disability hearing before an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ.) Your Denver disability attorney can explain, however, that the SSA regulations concerning the hearing are…

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Delays in Receiving Social Security Disability Benefits

Denver Disability Advocate: Delays in Receiving Social Security Disability Benefits Your Denver Social Security disability advocate has informed you that you have received a favorable decision on your disability claim, but that was several months ago and you have yet to be paid. What should you do? Social Security Recommendations The Social Security Administration (SSA)…

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The Social Security Administration: A Bureaucratic Nightmare

Denver Disability Advocate Explains the Social Security Administration: A Bureaucratic Nightmare The fundamental problem with the Social Security Administration (SSA) as any Denver disability advocate can attest is the sheer size of the bureaucracy. Consider the following: The SSA has more than 57,000 employees There exists a separate SSA Office of Disability Adjudication and Review…

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