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Learning to live with a serious brain injury

pSadManOnBench_shutterstock_113875279-150x150.jpgBrain injuries are often complex and debilitating. Cognitively, a brain injury may cause lingering issues with concentration, memory, reasoning, communication and impulse control. Brain injuries can also produce physical impairments, including sensory losses, pain, muscle weakness and partial paralysis. For most victims, these symptoms can prove highly disabling.

3 types of records you will need for your SSD application

disability-appeal-150x150.pngSocial Security Disability benefits are only available to people who suffer from disabling conditions that preclude any form of gainful employment. As any Tennessee SSD attorney could confirm, people seeking SSD benefits must provide extensive documentation to prove they meet these criteria. The Social Security Administration specifically requires all of the following records to support an application for SSD benefits.

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