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Depression Disability

If you suffer from depression, you may be entitled to receive disability benefits from the Social Security Administration.

The Depression Problem

The SSA reports that in 2009, more than 25% of all… 904 more words

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Disability Lawyer in Gulfport MS

We are Gulfport disability attorneys assisting people with Social Security disability claims in Gulfport, Biloxi, Pascagoula and elsewhere along the Mississippi Gulf Coast.

As disability lawyers in Gulfport MS, our goal here is to provide you with valuable information that may be difficult to find elsewhere.  102 more words

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What is the Disability Hearing in Gulfport?

A hearing is requested after your request for reconsideration is denied.  The hearing will be held before a Social Security judge, also known as an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ).  133 more words

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Gulfport Disability Lawyer Explains What Happens if Reconsideration is Denied

If your disability request for reconsideration is denied, you must file a reqest for hearing before a Social Security Administration judge.

You must request a hearing within sixty (60) days of receiving notice that your request for reconsideration was denied.  112 more words

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Gulfport Disability Lawyer Explains Reconsideration

When your initial disability application is denied, it is important to file a request for request for reconsideration.  A request for reconsideration asks the disability examiners to take another look at your case, and reconsider the decision to deny your application.  218 more words

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Can I work while I am on disability?

Yes, you can work while you are receiving disability benefits.

In order to encourage persons with a disability to try to re-enter the workforce, the Social Security Administration has enacted “work incentives.”  One of these work incentives includes allowing people to work while they are receiving disability benefits. 53 more words

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Gulfport Disability Lawyer Explains Disability for Blindness or Vision Problems

If you are blind, or have severe vision problems, you may be entitled to receive disability benefits.  The Social Security Administration considers two (2) types of vision problems to qualify for disability benefits: (1) legally blind, and (2) not legally blind. 149 more words

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