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Medical Sources That Prove a Disability Case

August 8, 2014 Blog

A disability case is proved mainly with medical evidence. Medical evidence usually is obtained from a treating doctor, psychologist, optometrist, speech pathologist or podiatrist. The social security regulations require that only “acceptable medical sources” can give opinions that establish the existence of a determinable medical impairment. However, other acceptable sources […]

A History of Social Security Disability

August 3, 2014 Blog

By Kirby Wilson At the law offices of Mike Murburg, P.A., we strive to win Social Security Disability benefits for our Tampa-area clients. We believe the money we win for our clients in court can change those clients’ lives. Everyone wants to work, but some are incapable because of a […]

We have opened a new office in Chicago, Illinois!

January 13, 2014 Blog

To better serve our Railroad Retirement Board Disability clients, we have opened a new office location in downtown Chicago, right on Michigan Avenue, not too far from the Bureau of Hearings and Appeals for the Railroad Retirement Board and one of Mike’s favorite places, the Chicago Art Institute!  We look […]

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

December 28, 2013 Blog

Post traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is an anxiety disorder that can develop after exposure to a terrifying event or ordeal, such as abuse or a natural disaster or military combat.   After experiencing a traumatic event some people develop this problem, while others do not.   PTSD is diagnosed after the […]