Social Security Disability and Hemophilia

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By Ashley Baine, Attorney Parmele Law Firm, P.C. Classic hemophilia, also called factor VIII deficiency, is an inherited disorder that is caused by a missing or defective factor VIII, which is a clotting protein. There are around twenty thousand people in the United States with hemophilia, and many do not know they can qualify for social security disability. The severity … Read More

Social Security Disability: Reasons for Remand

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By Kathleen Overton, Attorney Parmele Law Firm, P.C. Review of a social security disability claim after the ALJ hearing is different than prior levels of appeal. Rather than just disagreeing with the ALJ’s ultimate conclusion, on appeal to either the Appeals Council or the District Court, the social security disability claimant must be able to show that the ALJ committed … Read More

Disability Attorney Advice: What to Do After an Appeal Denial

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Disability Attorney Advice: What to Do After an Appeal Denial By Rick VanAntwerp, Attorney Parmele Law Firm, P.C. As a disability attorney in Springfield, MO, many of my clients ask me if there is another level of appeal beyond the Appeals Council.  A denial from the Appeals Council exhausts all of your administrative remedies, meaning there is no further action … Read More