- DISABILITY CLAIM FAQ
Maybe, just maybe, there is some hope for people applying for Social Security Disability benefits. We have long maintained that the system is fraught with fraud, an example of which is the doctors that they hire to review claims. U.S. Rep John Larson from Connecticut, who is the chair the Social Security Subcommittee is trying to launch an investigation into these doctors. The doctors are paid by the amount of claims they review, so one can only imagine their incentive to speed through the claim files to make as much money as possible. We can only hope that something good comes out of this, and that this problem is rectified giving applicants a greater chance of being approved at the initial application.Previous Next
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