March 18, 2010
An insurance Web site CCH.com reveals that the Social Security Administration is requesting comments from citizens regarding their Social Security Disability Insurance program. They are requesting feedback about persons whose drug addiction or alcoholism (DDA) may be a contributing factor to determining Disability.
The current law states that a person will not be eligible for SSDI if their drug addiction or alcoholism was a contributing factor to their Disability. THE SSA is asking for comments about the procedures it uses for evaluating DDA.
The Social Security Disability attorneys at Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin can help if you were denied the benefits you deserve.
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