Credibility and Adverse Evidence

In the December 2011 Wall Street Journal article, “Two Lawyers Strike Gold in U.S. Disability System,” the authors reported allegations that a major Social Security Disability advocacy firm was withholding adverse or harmful medical records and evidence.  The article repor
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Andrew Kinney Presents on Ethics in Social Security Law

Hoglund, Chwialkowski & Mrozik, PLLC attorney, Andrew Kinney presented at the National Business Institute Social Security Disability Boot Camp.  The March 2012 conference in Minnesota was Andrew Kinney’s first presentation for the National Business Institute (NBI).  The six hour c
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Attorney vs. Advocate

A person applying for Social Security Disability benefits (“claimant”) has a very important decision to make even prior to filing their claim. The claimant should always give some thought about whether they should seek representation. Once a claimant opts to obtain representation, the
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