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Applying for disability? Careful what you post on Social Media

As anyone who has applied for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits can attest, the whole process can be daunting, especially if the initial application is denied and the applicant appeals. In an effort to reduced fraudulent SSDI claims, the Social Security Administration has turned to Social Media (such as Facebook and Instagram) to help assess the extent of a disability. But that has some people worried that what’s reflected on Social Media isn’t necessarily a true reflection of a person’s situation, as explained in this WKNOE (LA) report by CBS News. Click here to read more.

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