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Documenting Your Pain and Symptoms in a Journal

Posted on:  September 15, 2015ByLowenstein Disability Lawyers

When testifying to the judge at your disability hearing, you will be required to give a description of the pain you experience along with all your other symptoms. Because most people have difficulty remembering details, keeping a written journal of…Read more >>

How the Judge Will Determine If You Are Disabled

Posted on:  September 8, 2015ByLowenstein Disability Lawyers

Once you have been turned down for Social Security disability, an administrative law judge will need to hear your case and make a final decision about benefits. They follow specific protocols and elaborate rules. Our Los Angeles Social Security disability…Read more >>

A Los Angeles Disability Lawyer Looks At Long Term Disability

Posted on:  September 1, 2015ByLowenstein Disability Lawyers

Filing the documentation for Long Term Disability only begins a long and often tedious process. In this article, a Los Angeles disability lawyer explains what to expect once the initial filing has taken place. The Review Process Once you have…Read more >>

Questions About Your Medical History at the Hearing  

Posted on:  August 24, 2015ByLowenstein Disability Lawyers

A knowledgeable Los Angeles disability attorney will thoroughly prepare you to answer questions regarding your medical history and other topics at the SSD hearing. The judge at the hearing has already obtained medical records from doctors, hospitals and other treating sources. If…Read more >>

Four Chances: The Social Security Disability Appeals Process

Posted on:  August 17, 2015ByLowenstein Disability Lawyers

The Social Security disability process seems designed to wear claimants down with rejection. It takes a long time to get an answer and you might still get denied, even if you and your Palmdale Social Security lawyer are sure you…Read more >>

6 Common Mistakes for Disability Applicants to Avoid

Posted on:  August 6, 2015ByLowenstein Disability Lawyers

Applying for Social Security disability benefits might be confusing and difficult for some claimants. However, the process can be easier if claimants hire a Social Security disability lawyer who can provide the proper legal representation those who need it. Here…Read more >>

Preparation for Your Disability Hearing

Posted on:  July 29, 2015ByLowenstein Disability Lawyers

Before your Social Security disability hearing, your Los Angeles disability lawyer will inform you about the process and what it entails. He or she may provide you with the following tips. Dress Appropriately While you may ask your Los Angeles disability…Read more >>

The Antelope Valley Disability Lawyers on Chronic Pain

Posted on:  July 22, 2015Byjpadmin

Chronic pain refers to a type of pain that generally lasts more than 6 months. A patient may feel chronic pain occasionally at a mild level, or feel excruciating and disabling pain for the long term. Many Social Security disability clients…Read more >>

Testifying about Emotional Problems at Your Disability Hearing

Posted on:  July 15, 2015Byjpadmin

Your Los Angeles disability attorney can explain that the emotional aspect related to pain may interfere with your capacity to work. Pain often manifests itself in emotional problems. It is central to your case that you be able to describe…Read more >>

An Overview of Gainful Employment by the Social Security Administration

Posted on:  July 8, 2015Byjpadmin

If the Social Security Administration is questioning any work that you do and claiming that you are involved in substantial gainful activity, you might need the help of our Los Angeles disability attorney. In general, the SSA will use three…Read more >>

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