What type of evidence does a Social Security disability judge need to approve your claim?
Social Security defines disability in terms of how your medical problems impact your capacity for work. But your judge won't approve your claim unless your file contains compelling evidence supporting your claim.
In this episode, I discuss the strongest evidence you can have in a disability claim. I also explain what you can do if the "best" evidence simply does not exist in your claim. You can still win, but you have to think outside the box and give the judge both medical and non-medical evidence and compelling testimony so that you will receive what every disability claimant wants - a fully favorable decision.
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