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    • After his re-election in 2004, President George W. Bush made reforming Social Security his #1 domestic agenda.   He proposed phasing out Social Security in favor of individual retirement accounts that could be invested in the stock market. Despite a strong push by lobbyists for the investment industry, the support both publicly and in Congress…

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    • The January/February issue of the AARP Bulletin contained information regarding the long wait times for disability hearings at various Office of Hearing Operations locations, nationwide.  Portland, OR is 22 months, San Francisco, CA 20 months and Dallas, TX 21 months, for example. The wait times in Michigan are much lower, at present.  In the OHOs…

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    • Summer 2021 Newsletter STILL STANDING…AND PRACTICING I published the first issue of Social Security & You in Spring of 1993.  Some years I’ve published more issues than others.  The most recent issue was dated Spring 2019: over 2 years ago.  The world was a much different place then.  Especially for me.  Read the full newsletter…

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    • Spring 2019 Newsletter An Opioid Story I’ve changed his name. Let’s call him Gerald. He was a laborer. And by that I don’t mean that he just did physical work. He was a card-carrying member the Labor’s Union local. And that meant a lot to him. I represented him for Social Security disability and Michigan…

      3+ years ago


    Though the reality is sometimes less than the expectation, Social Security strives to conduct continuing disability reviews of disability benefit recipients every 3 years.  Until recently, this required the Claimant being reviewed to complete a Continuing Disability Review mailer to update medical treatment or work attempts.

    Now Social Security offers on on-line option to update information and provide supporting documents.  SSA recommends Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome for the best online experience.

    A Claimant will need a Social Security number, current address and phone number and a valid e-mail address to complete the form.  A request for an updated disability report received in the mail is also required to complete the process.

    Once the form is completed hit “Click to Sign”.  An email will be received within a few minutes asking for confirmation of the digital signature.  The signature is not complete  and the form will not be processed until the instructions in the email are completed.

    Call today if you have questions about the Michigan Social Security Disability Attorney and Lawyer Services provided by William Crawforth.

    To schedule an appointment call 800-864-1244 or fill out the contact form at the top of this page.

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