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Category: Social Security Disability

Guidelines to Determine Disability

March 2, 2015 Blog

Guidelines Used to Determine Disability The Social Security Administration has specific requirements when they decide if someone is disabled. While your Tampa Social Security disability attorney can provide you with additional details, the SSA uses two reference guides—the Listing of Impairments and the Medical-Vocational Guidelines—to summarize an overview of disability. […]

Consultative Social Security Examination

November 25, 2014 Blog

What to Expect from A Consultative Social Security Examination If the disability judge or examiner in charge of your claim decides further medical evidence is required before he or she can make a determination of disability, you will be asked to have a “consultative medical exam.” The following video from […]

Previous Social Security Application Denied

November 25, 2014 Blog

If you previously applied for disability benefits and were denied, you will want to tell your Tampa Social Security Disability Attorney, Mike Murburg, P.A. the details of your prior application and when and why it was denied.This will help your attorney put together your appeal or possibly reopen your earlier application. […]

Mike Murburg Defines SSI and SSDI

November 14, 2014 Blog

What is the Difference between SSI and Social Security Disability? The main difference between Social Security Disability (SSD, or SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is the fact that SSD is available to workers who have accumulated a sufficient number of work credits, while SSI disability benefits are available to […]