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A Los Angeles Social Security Disability Attorney on Disability and Addiction

Posted on:  February 27, 2015Byjpadmin

Chronic alcohol or drug addiction, which is characterized by most medical professionals as a disease, makes it all but impossible to maintain employment. However, the fact that you cannot work due to a physical or mental condition does not necessarily…Read more >>

Janna Lowenstein

Posted on:  February 20, 2015ByLowenstein Disability Lawyers

If you are unable to work due to an injury or disability, you might have considered applying for disability. You might be hesitant because you think it’s difficult to obtain benefits, but Janna Lowenstein is a Rosamond Social Security disability…Read more >>

Your LA Disability Lawyer on the Importance of Consistency

Posted on:  February 13, 2015ByLowenstein Disability Lawyers

To be seen as credible, the judge will expect for your statements about your symptoms to have remained consistent. Below, your LA disability lawyer has described some of the factors the judge will use to assess your credibility. Your LA…Read more >>

Los Angeles Social Security Disability Attorney Prepares Witnesses for a Hearing

Posted on:  February 6, 2015ByLowenstein Disability Lawyers

Witnesses play a pivotal role in a Social Security disability hearing. Relatives, neighbors and co-workers are the types of lay witnesses who can explain how the claimant's medical condition impairs his ability to perform routine tasks. A Los Angeles Social…Read more >>

Advice for Testifying at Your Social Security Disability Hearing

Posted on:  January 27, 2015ByLowenstein Disability Lawyers

The thought of a Social Security disability hearing can be overwhelming as the outcome of your case could hinge on the results. The judge will likely question you about your disability. Our Social Security disability lawyer can offer ways to…Read more >>

Working Part Time Can Affect Your SSD Benefits

Posted on:  January 20, 2015ByLowenstein Disability Lawyers

Even after you are found by the SSA to be disabled and set to receive disability benefits, there is more information you should learn about. For example, it's possible for you to receive fewer benefits if you work part time…Read more >>

Our Antelope Valley Social Security Attorney Discusses Alcoholics and Drug Addicts

Posted on:  January 13, 2015Byjpadmin

Disability claims can be very complicated and difficult to prove. Among the most problematic are those involving a claimant who has a documented substance abuse disorder. If this is true for you, it may well be in your best interests…Read more >>

Los Angeles SSI Lawyers Discuss Obesity

Posted on:  January 4, 2015Byjpadmin

While being obese in itself is not considered a significant impairment, Los Angeles SSI lawyers can explain that this condition can be considered in conjunction with other impairments. However, it can also cause issues for the claimant in the evaluation…Read more >>

Your Los Angeles Disability Attorney Explains Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Posted on:  December 27, 2014ByLowenstein Disability Lawyers

  Inflammatory bowel disease is the term used to describe the most serious digestive impairments seen frequently in disability hearings. Your Los Angeles disability attorney wants you to understand what it means to have an impairment of this kind and…Read more >>

Lifespan of a Disability Benefits Case

Posted on:  December 20, 2014ByLowenstein Disability Lawyers

Social Security disability benefits cases frequently span a significant amount of time. A Sheman Oaks Social Security lawyer will do everything in his or her power to keep a case moving forward and inform his or her client about the…Read more >>

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