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These articles explain some of the most common reasons that Social Security applications get denied, and how to make sure they don't happen to you.
You could be eligible for up to $3,345 per month In SSDI Benefits
Social Security Disability: 8 Reasons You May Be Denied Benefits
Will your claim for SSDI or SSI disability benefits be denied?
Understanding Your Unfavorable ALJ Decision (Social Security Disability Denial)
Here's how you can understand an ALJ's decision denying you Social Security disability benefits.
Being Denied Disability for Failing to Take Medication or Follow Treatment
If you're applying for disability benefits but not complying with the medical treatment prescribed by your doctor, Social Security may be able to deny your claim for "treatment non-compliance."
Being Denied Disability Benefits Because You Can Do Sit-Down Work
Many disability applicants are surprised to learn that their disability claims have been denied even though Social Security agrees that they're unable to return to any of their past jobs.
When Can Social Security Decide Not to Follow My Treating Doctor's Opinion?
If you're applying for Social Security disability benefits, your chances of success improve if your case is supported by your treating doctor (the physician who sees you regularly).
Social Security's Mistakes About Your Job Gets Your Disability Application Denied
If Social Security denies you disability benefits, the agency will send you a letter that explains why you were turned down.
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How Drug or Alcohol Abuse Will Affect a Mental Disability Claim
Can disability applicants with mental disorders who abuse medication, drugs, or alcohol still get disability benefits? It depends.
When Using Drugs or Alcohol Can Keep You From Getting Disability Benefits
Social Security can deny you disability benefits when your impairments would go away if you stopped drinking or using drugs,