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Utah Disabled Driving Laws

Disabled individuals often encounter difficulties on the road. Fortunately, Utah disabled driving laws offer helpful resources. The Utah Division of Motor Vehicles provides parking permits to people with qualifying disabilities. These permits include temporary and permanent placards, permanent license plates, and institutional placards for organizations. Summit Disability Law Group is dedicated to educating…

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Vision and Hearing Loss Disability Benefits

Many different disabilities can be eligible for Social Security disability benefits. People with conditions that affect vision and hearing frequently qualify for these benefits. At Summit Disability Law Group, we strive to help disability claimants understand their cases. In this blog post, we explain hearing loss disability benefits, as well as…

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Disability Hearing Date: When Will I Know?

Are you waiting to hear about your disability hearing date? The Social Security Administration recently changed some of the rules surrounding hearing notifications. These changes may affect your case. At Summit Disability Law Group, we strive to help disability claimants understand everything they need to know about getting disability benefits. So,…

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New Mental Health Disability Listings

  The Social Security Administration recently changed the rules surrounding mental disorders in disability cases. New mental health conditions are now on the SSA’s medical listings. Each year, awareness of mental health issues grows. As that happens, the Social Security disability program adapts. This post explains the new mental health disability listings…

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Changes to Acceptable Medical Sources in Disability Cases

Recent policy changes affected key parts of the Social Security Disability Insurance program. One of the biggest changes involves disability claimants’ medical treatment. Medical evidence and professional opinions about your disability are key to getting the benefits you need. In the past, the only “acceptable medical sources” were medical doctors. However, this…

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