Author delves into U.S. Social Security’s origins to debunk myths

By Mark Miller for Reuters.com. Posted Aug. 2, 2018. CHICAGO (Reuters) – Social Security is unaffordable due to our aging population. Social Security is a driver of our national debt. Social Security is built on a house of cards – its assets are just IOUs. No doubt you have heard some or all of these […]

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Fair Debt Collection Act Protects Our Clients

While our clients may be disabled and not working, that does not mean that they are not accumulating debt. In fact, many are suffering under significant burdens with medical bills, credit card debt, payday loans, automobile loans and mortgages in default. Consumers do have some protection. A federal law called the Fair Debt Collection Practices […]

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Report on Waiting Time for Hearings

For more information see the full report at – https://www.gao.gov/products/GAO-18-501

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Video: Introduction to Stephanie Lake

Is Stephanie Lake the best lawyer for your disability case? Here is an introduction that explains her goals:

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Video: Causes Stephanie Lake Supports

Here are some causes in the community that are important to Stephanie Lake:

VIDEO: Fibromyalgia Cases

Stephanie Lake talks about Fibromyalgia and Social Security Disability.

Inspector General Warns Public About SSA Impersonation Schemes

Post by Andrew Cannarsa, OIG Communications Director on July 16, 2018 The Acting Inspector General of Social Security, Gale Stallworth Stone, is warning citizens about ongoing Social Security Administration (SSA) impersonation schemes.  SSA and the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) have recently received several reports of suspicious phone calls claiming to be from SSA. In […]

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Reality check: Social Security will survive, but will it be enough?

Russ Wiles, for the Arizona Republic on July 8, 2018 Many Americans have a curious attitude toward Social Security, presuming the program one day will disappear or get significantly scaled back, but not doing much to prepare for it by saving and investing more. The skepticism about Social Security’s future shows up in one consumer poll after […]

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Analysis: The must-read Trump quote on Social Security’s future

Sean Williams, The Motley Fool for USAToday.com on July 9,2018. Despite plain-as-day problems, America’s most important social program is unlikely to be fixed anytime soon. To be frank, Social Security is a financial foundation that millions of seniors simply couldn’t do without. According to the Social Security Administration, more than three out of every five aged […]

What If My Doctor Doesn’t Agree I Am Totally Disabled?

Since Social Security disability applications focus on the medical proof of symptoms and their impact on function, approval can be problematic if the treating doctors do not agree that the claimant is totally disabled. There are usually three reasons why this happens. First and most often, the problem is the failure of the patient to […]

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