Rheumatoid Arthritis and Social Security Disability

The Arthritis Foundation has deemed May 2017 as the Arthritis Awareness Month, a fitting time to consider the family of arthritic conditions and their impact on the ability to work. Today we will look at Rheumatoid Arthritis. How does the social security...

Marijuana and Social Security Disability in Texas

In 2015, Texas passed its first medical marijuana law. Those unfamiliar with the details of this new law may assume Texas residents can now get pot prescribed by an doctor for medical problems like pain, depression and anxiety, as is the case in most medical marijuana...

Social Security Disability Payments: Do they Pay “Dead People”?

I have always been fascinated and more than a bit disturbed by what in psychology is referred to as “cognitive bias”. Wikipedia defines a cognitive bias as “systematic deviations from a standard of rationality or good judgment, often confirmed by research...

Sequestration and Social Security Disability

The so-called “sequestration” cuts to the federal government have been in place since March 1, 2013. In the run-up to the cuts being implemented, President Obama warned of dire consequences, surely in attempt to prod the Republican House to take action....

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