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Earnings and Unemployment Benefits After Your Alleged Onset Date of Disability

Please make sure you notify your attorney if you have worked on even a part-time basis after your onset date of disability. It can be very damaging for this type of information to come out at the hearing as a surprise. If your attorney knows about this activity there are ways in which it can be presented that may not be as damaging to your case. In addition, make sure your attorney is aware if you have received unemployment benefits after the onset date of your disability. Judges have different opinions about how this affects their view of the case, and your attorney needs to be able to address this issue.

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