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The most frequent question I'm asked  is "How long will I wait for a Social Security hearing?" Today, I want to give a tool through the Social Security website on how you can answer that question. We'll start out with a Google search and type in "ALJ disposition data." You can see it starts to...
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This blog post concerns a case study where the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) applied the wrong legal standard In assessing the Residual Functional Capacity (RFC) of an individual because the ALJ failed to consider severe and non-severe impairments.  The following is an excerpt from a brief I...
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Following is an argument I made in a federal district court case I won: "The Administrative Law Judge's (ALJ) Residual Functional Capacity Assessment Was Not Based on Material Evidence." Put in the simplest terms, the ALJ’s residual functional capacity assessment was not based on any medical...
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