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What Is The Most Approved Disability?

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A musculoskeletal system disability is the most approved type of disability for a disability benefit. These disabilities, which represent 32.3 percent of disabilities approved for benefits, include damage to one’s nerves, tendons, muscles or ligaments. Examples of this type of disorder are arthritis, back pain such as scoliosis, degenerative disc disease, ruptured disc or spinal disorders and fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia is a complex widespread pain in the joints, tendons, muscles and soft tissues that lasts for three months or more.

Misconceptions About Social Security Benefits

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Filing a claim for Social Security benefits is difficult enough without having to deal with the misconceptions that surround the federal program. Authorized under the Social Security Act of 1935, benefits come in many forms, including retirement, disability, and survivor benefits. Under the Social Security Act of 1935, the federal government collects Social Security taxes to fund the federal program.

Let’s take a look at some of the most common myths associated with Social Security benefits.

What is the Fastest Way to Get Social Security Disability?

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If you suffer from a disability such as later-stage cancer or a traumatic head injury, you cannot afford to wait for the bureaucracy at the Social Security Administration (SSA) to process your claim for Social Security disability benefits. Is there a way for you to have your claim expedited by the SSA? The answer is yes, as you have several options for getting your disability application reviewed faster than the typical claim filing process.

Top 5 Things Not To Say in a Disability Interview

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During your disability claims process, you may end up doing a disability interview if you reach the disability hearing level. There are some things that you should avoid saying during a disability interview process. To get the highest possible settlement, and to get your claim approved, you should enlist the help of a disability lawyer. Gather hard medical evidence and any other supporting documentation for disability claim.

Common Disability Judge Questions

Questions regarding your personal information and background