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Presumptive Disability

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For many seeking disability benefits through the Social Security Administration (SSA), the monthly payments provide a financial lifeline in otherwise stressful times. Unfortunately, from the time you apply to the time you get approved for benefits, years might have passed. Years that you were unable to work and earn an…
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Borderline Personality Disorder and Social Security Disability

By Social Security Disability
Although mental health disabilities are generally tricky to prove for purposes of obtaining Social Security Administration (SSA) disability benefits, borderline personality disorder (BPD) is one of the most difficult. People who suffer from BPD frequently do not acknowledge their condition as problematic, even when a treating physician diagnoses them. Personality…
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History of Disability in America

History of Disability in America

By Social Security Disability
Over 40 million Americans live with disabilities. Thanks to advancements in science and technology and the passage of necessary legislation, these Americans are able to lead independent lives and contribute vitally to society. But the way individuals with disabilities have been treated throughout the United States’ history has not always…
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