How the Trump Administration is Chipping Away at Social Security Benefits

Posted by Lisa Porter | May 28, 2019 | 0 Comments

A proposed rule change to Social Security disability benefits could block people that speak limited or no English from getting benefits.  The change would remove the "inability to communicate in English" from the list of educational catagories that are considered when SSA administrative law judges consider whether the person qualifies for disability benefits.  To learn more, and what you can do about the proposed rule change, see the full text of the article:

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Lisa R.J. Porter Managing Partner Location:Lake Oswego, OregonPhone:503-245-6309866-945-1978 (Toll Free)Fax:503-530-8770 Lisa Porter, Esq., Managing Partner (admitted in OR and WA) grew up in Southern Oregon. She was raised by a mother with a disability. After years of debilitating symptoms th...


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