April 24, 2019

About Jonathan Ginsberg

Jonathan Ginsberg represents clients in disability claims filed with the Social Security Administration.

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Here are my most recent posts

Mistakes to Avoid in your SSD Case – Interview with attorney Jonathan Pearson

Winning Strategies for Federal Court Appeals

Winning Strategies at the Social Security Disability Appeals Council

Seven Activities You Should Avoid After Filing for Social Security Disability

Am I Sick Enough to Win Social Security Disability Benefits

 

How Long Does it Take for Social Security to Decide my Disability Claim

What is the Difference Between SSDI and SSI?

How do You Prove that You are Disabled

How Does Social Security Define the term “Disability”

Episode 59 – What Does it Mean When the Judge Continued my Case?

Episode 59 Show Notes

In this episode I answer a question from Cheryl, who used the “Send a Voice Message to Jonathan” button on this site to contact me.  Cheryl wants to know if it is a positive or negative sign that the judge continued her recent hearing so she and her lawyer could obtain additional medical records.  She also wants to know how long she may have to wait for a reset hearing.

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If you have a comment about my answer or about hearing continuances, please post your comment on Twitter, using hashtag #ssdradio59.