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Documents You’ll Need When Applying for Social Security Disability

  • 26 Sep 2017
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Social Security Disability applications can get confusing, with numerous sections asking you for all sorts of information about your work history, medical conditions and personal information. However, something that may not be immediately obvious is that besides just filling out the application, you also need to attach supporting documents — which help the disability claims […]

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Understanding the Deposition Summary

  • 12 Sep 2017
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Getting depositions is one of the most essential parts of the legal profession, and lawyers are experts at how to ask the right questions and get answers that will help establish what went on — later using those answers to help their clients in court. But if you are taking depositions for a case, chances […]

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Medical Case Scenarios and Experts’ Medical Opinions

  • 11 Sep 2017
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When it comes to disability and injury law, as in other parts of the legal profession, evidence is everything. Judges want to see that your clients have an established medical history that proves their claim, often backed up by expert opinions and doctors’ records. But one other tool that lawyers can use in these cases […]

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Which Medical Records are the Best for Winning My Disability Claim?

  • 25 Aug 2017
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When it comes to filing a disability claim, there are a lot of pieces of your particular puzzle that need to be put in place in order to win. Without a doubt, the most important part of this whole puzzle is your medical summary. With a decent, thorough, high-quality medical summary that shows your medical […]

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System of Reviewing Medical Records for SSDI

  • 21 Aug 2017
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If you are going through the process of applying for Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits, then you already know that paperwork and documentation are a key part of making your case. The SSA is designed to help Americans, but to do so it has to make tough decisions about about who does, and doesn’t, deserve […]

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Relevance of medical chronology in personal injury claim

  • 18 Aug 2017
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If you file an insurance claim or file a lawsuit relating to a personal injury, you will have to be very prepared to have compelling medical evidence to support the claim or lawsuit. Insurance adjusters and law firms require detailed medical records like records of doctor visits, hospital stays, lists of tests performed and medication […]

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Effective Medical Chronology Solutions that Assist Law Firms

  • 17 Aug 2017
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Can a professional medical chronology make a difference to your law practice? It can, for so many reasons, but the main one is that the chronology just might be the deciding factor on whether your client’s Social Security Administration (SSA) disability claim is approved or denied. Most claims are denied because there is insufficient medical […]

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A Medical Review Company Can Help Lawyers

  • 16 Aug 2017
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A medical review company has many benefits for lawyers working on disability and workers compensation cases. Social Security lawyers as well as others are able to benefit greatly from this type of service. If you specialize in one of these areas, consider working with this type of company to help your practice as a whole […]

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The Benefits of Defending Disability Cases with Medical Chronologies

  • 14 Aug 2017
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Disability benefits can be a saving grace for anyone who can no longer work and earn a reasonable living because of an injury or illness. One of the most important aspects of a disability case is the medical records, as they provide insight into the severity of your client’s condition. Rather than appear in court […]

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Why Your Firm Needs Medical History and Case Summarization Services

  • 11 Aug 2017
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Every competent disability attorney and their team knows the value of a complete medical history and a well written case summarization. When building a case for an appeal or filing to the Social Security Administration, Board of Veterans Affairs, or a Workers’ Compensation Insurance company, you need the to have every detail of your client’s […]

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