Every other Friday, I publish links to a selection of notable posts from the disability blogs.
I have linked to four posts written this week about the remarkable lawsuit against the SSA alleging anti-claimant bias by five administrative law judges in the Queens, NY hearing office. Here is the New York Times article on the lawsuit. Here is a copy of the complaint (link opens a pdf).
- Social Security Hit with Class Action Lawsuit Alleging Systemic Anti-Claimant Bias by Queens NY Disability Judges from the New York Disability Law Blog published by Turley, Redmond, Rosasco & Rosasco, LLP
- Lawsuit Claims Bias by Social Security Judges in Queens: I Wholeheartedly Agree! from the New York Social Security Disability Lawyer Blog published by Insler & Hermann, LLP
- ALJ Bias In Queens from the Law Offices of Jeffrey Delott blog published by Jeffrey Delott
- Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Social Security Judges for Bias from the Social Security Disability Blog moderated by Jonathan Ginsberg
Here are the recent notable posts that are not related to the Queens hearing office bias case:
- Beyene v. Astrue and Carr v. Astrue from Social Security Disability Court Cases published by Patricia Petow
- Social Security Disability – Step 4 Past Relevant Work from the Disability Denial Attorneys Blog published by Marc Whitehead & Associates
- Proposed Change In Evidence Collection Regulations and My Surgery from Social Security News published by Charles Hall
- A Modest Proposal and Statement from a Spouse from the Social Security Disability Lawyer blog published by Gordon Gates
- Social Security Disability with Multiple Sclerosis from the Milwaukee Employment Law Attorneys Blog published by Alan C. Olson & Associates
- Five Reasons to Hire a Lawyer for Your Disability Claim from the Midwest Disability blog published by Midwest Disability