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Former legal aid lawyer for 17 years, I have now been representing injured and disabled workers for over 35 years.
Social Security Disability for a Mental Impairment
The basic test for disability for Social Security is the impairment must be so severe it renders the claimant incapable of working for more than 12 months. The problem I see with most people who call in with a mental impairment is they have a diagnosis of depression, anxiety or bi-polar. This type of diagnosis […]
By Gerald Lutkenhaus | Published June 14, 2016 | Posted in Social Security Disability | Tagged credible impairment, mental impairment, Social Security Act | Leave a comment