(This is the sixth post in this series about the independence of administrative law judge who will preside over your Social Security disability appeal.) In our previous posts on this subject, we discussed how the Social Security Administration’s targeting of administrative law judges it feltwere approving too many disability claims is against the law. Congressman…

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(This is the seventh post in this series about the independence of the administrative law judge who will preside over your Social Security disability appeal.) Congressman Darrell Issa, during his tenure as Chairman of the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Oversight and Government Reform during the last Congress famously brought us scandal investigations from…

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Here is another Myth, Misrepresentation and Misleading Attack on Social Security disability claimants: They say it’s easy to get on disability. How easy is it really? Here’s a case in point. Our client, R.P., is a veteran. He retired some years ago after an honorably-served career in the United States Navy. Much of his service…

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The National Organization of Social Security Claims Representatives (NOSSCR) held its semiannual conference in Arlington, Virginia, last week. Our attorneys John O. Goss, J. Russell Fentress IV, Erick A. Bowman and John S. O’Neil attended. The conference is an opportunity for continuing education about the newest developments in the Social Security Disability Insurance program. This…

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Readers may by now be aware of the fact that Binder & Binder, the self-proclaimed “America’s Most Successful Social Security Disability Advocates” has recently filed bankruptcy.  If you are represented by or are considering retaining Goss & Fentress for your Social Security disability appeal, should you be concerned? We are not Binder & Binder.  Here’s…

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