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In this infographic, we list three steps you should take if you discover errors on your credit report. Credit report errors can prevent you from buying a car or a house or even getting certain jobs. If you cannot get the reporting agencies to correct the errors, or you suffered financial harm because of them, please contact us at 800.300.2990 to schedule a free consultation. We can get the errors corrected and if you have suffered any financial harm due to the errors, we may be able to help you obtain financial compensation. http://www.kennethhiller.com
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In this video(https://goo.gl/D1Dp8g), we talk about the Social Security Administration’s list of impairments. These specific medical disorders have been recognized by the SSA as causing total disability. This is not a complete list of all the disorders that qualify a person for Disability Benefits. Also, having one of these listed impairments does not necessarily mean you will automatically be approved for benefits. It only means you do not have to go through an additional step of proving your inability to work.

If you or a loved one are considering filing for disability, please contact us today at 800.300.2990 to schedule a free consultation or visit http://www.kennethhiller.com for more information.
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In this video, attorney Kenneth Hiller discusses his firm's Consumer Law Department and the types of cases they handle. If you are being sued or abused by a debt collector, have errors on your credit report, or are receiving annoying robocalls contact us at 800.300.2990 to schedule a free consultation. http://www.kennethhiller.com/
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Q: How do I know if I am “disabled” enough to qualify for Social Security Disability benefits?

A: The Social Security Administration (SSA) says that a successful applicant for disability benefits must be completely disabled. This is unlike some other programs and insurance policies that assist partially disabled persons. The disability must be a physical or mental impairment that is expected to last at least one year (or has already lasted one year) or will result in the applicant’s death. This does not mean, however, that the applicant has to be permanently disabled.

If you or a loved on are considering filing for disability benefits please contact our offices at 800.300.2990 to schedule a free consultation or visit http://www.kennethhiller.com for more information.
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