Each month, I shine the spotlight on a previous post that discusses an issue regarding Social Security disability law that remains highly relevant today.
Currently, ALJ allowance rates are down sharply. I have offered specific tips for disability claimants in this new environment, and have published an e-book regarding preparing for a hearing (you can download a PDF for free).
Perhaps a "big picture" view of this issue would also be useful.
Imagine yourself as the administrative law judge deciding your claim. What information would help to demonstrate disability? What information would you want to see in a disability claim file before you grant a disability claim?
Please read this post: Be the ALJ.