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IMPORTANT: Medical Care During Pandemic

Approval of an application for Social Security benefits is almost entirely dependent upon the content and source of the medical records. Medical charts are the core evidence used to decide every disability application at every level of the application and appeal process. We work closely with our clients to make certain they understand that it […]

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Anna Mikhaylina

Email: mail@jackson-macnichol.com Phone: (207) 772-9000 or (800) 524-3339 Practice Area: Veterans Law & Estate Planning Education: American University in Bulgaria (B.A. in Business Administration), University of Maine School of Law (J.D.). Anna Mikhaylina, grew up in Tambov, Russia, where in her formative years, she was fortunate to interact with and listen to the stories of the WWII […]

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Government’s Stimulus Checks

information about eligibility for the government’s stimulus checks. Here’s what we are being told: People on Social Security Don’t Need to Rush to File a Tax Return for Previous Years The IRS has figured out that people whose only income is Social Security often don’t file tax returns but are still easily identifiable. The Federal […]

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Coronavirus News

To our clients- At Jackson & MacNichol, the safety and well being of our clients and employees are paramount. We understand that everyone is very concerned about the coronavirus, especially those with respiratory problems. At the same time, many clients are already unhappy with the delays built into the Social Security appeals system and are […]

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Rating SSA’s “4 Questions” is Art, Not Science

In a recent newsletter, we described the four key questions being used by Social Security to evaluate the severity of a range of medical problems. While these questions were initially used in mental impairment claims, SSA spread their use to virtually all neurological conditions and to many other medical impairments. Briefly the four questions are: […]

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