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Lawyers That Specialize in Illinois Social Security Disability Claims Can Help You Establish Your Claim

For a while, you had issues, and those issues unfortunately have consequences.

Do You Need a Las Vegas Social Security Disability Lawyer for SSDI?

Navigating the system required to receive your Social Security benefits can be virtually impossible on your own.

Knowing Your Chances of Winning an Appeal for Social Security in Illinois

You think you’re ready. You’re motivated, not only by a need to get the Social Security, Social Security disability or disability benefits you deserve, but on plain old principle.

Appealing a Denial with the Help of Your Las Vegas Social Security Lawyer

The fact that you’re thinking about finding a qualified, experienced, Las Vegas Social Security lawyer shows that you may already know a fair amount about just how complicated the entire claims process can be.

Receiving SSI for Depression with the Help of a Las Vegas Social Security Disability Attorney

If you’re unable to work due to clinical depression, you may want to consider contacting a Las Vegas Social Security disability attorney.

Applying for Your Social Security Disability Benefits with a Las Vegas Social Security Lawyer

Applying for your Social Security disability benefits is actually rather simple. There are four basic steps in the process.



Social Security Consultative Exams

Social Security may schedule a consultative exam in your case. It is important that you cooperate in the exam. It may mean your win--or lose--your case

Adult IQ Scores to demonstrate IQ before age 22 in Social Security Disability and SSI hearings

Social Security benefits for mental retardation require an onset before age 22. Disabled Adult Child Benefits also require an onset before age 22. When there is no juvenile testing, an adult WAIS may satisfy the requirements

The use of Global Assessment of Functioning (GAF) Scores in Social Security Hearings

Mental health professionals will use Global Assessment of Functioning Scores as an estimate of severity in diagnoses. Administrative Law judges will use these scores to deny benefits. However, the Social Security Administration does not rely on these scores

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