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Exhibit List Important to Social Security Disability Claim
Even if you’re feeling overwhelmed after having an appeal denied, it’s important to reexamine the exhibit list. Find out why and learn what to look for here.
Help Your Texas SSDI Claim Appeal by Reviewing the Exhibit List

Date: September 10, 2013

Is There a Better Way to Get Prescription Medication?
It is important to take your medications as prescribed - how do you make them more affordable? Learn some important tips here.
Prescription Medications – How to Make Your Medication More Affordable

Date: September 6, 2013

How to Get Your VA C-File
Your VA C-file contains crucial information about your service and medical history. Texas VA attorney explains why you want a copy—and how to get it.
The VA C-File For Texas Veterans: How And Why To Request A Copy

Date: September 4, 2013

How Veterans Can Get an Earlier Effective Date
Typically, you’ll receive VA back pay from approximately the date you filed for disability compensation. Here’s a way to get as much as 12 months more.
Texas Veterans: Get an Earlier Effective Date With This Simple Tip

Date: August 22, 2013

Info Disability Examiner Needs to Help Your Texas SSDI Case
Providing the disability examiner with the right information can keep your Social Security disability claim moving forward. Learn more this here.
What the Disability Examiner Needs From You

Date: August 14, 2013

How Veterans Can Establish a PTSD Service Connection
Learn about the specific requirements for establishing a service connection for post-traumatic stress disorder so that you can protect your rights.
Special Requirements For PTSD Service Connection For Texas Veterans

Date: August 10, 2013

How an IQ Score Impacts a Social Security Disability Claim
Learn how to document an IQ score for a person with borderline intellectual function in his or her application for Social Security disability benefits.
Borderline IQ Score & Texas Social Security Disability Benefits Claims

Date: August 4, 2013

5 Reasons to Talk to Other Veterans
One of your best resources for the difficult transition back into civilian life could be next door—literally. Texas veterans’ disability attorney explains.
Reasons Why You’ll Want To Connect With Other Texas Veterans

Date: July 28, 2013

Borderline Intellectual Functioning Qualify for SSDI
Alone, this type of cognitive impairment may not qualify for disability benefits, but it’s still possible to build a compelling case. Texas SSA lawyer explains.
How To Qualify For Social Security Disability With BorderlineIntellectual Functioning

Date: July 22, 2013

Important Medical Evidence for VA Disability Claim
A doctor’s letter establishing a connection between an on-duty incident and your disability could be key in a successful claim. Learn more about it here.
The Nexus Letter: Medical Evidence In YourTexas VA Disability Case

Date: July 14, 2013

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