Handling a social security disability case in Texas
By Alhilali, Ruth B.
National Business Institute.
This title was compiled after two CLE classes on social security disability cases. The topics discussed include issues impacting social security disability, initial considerations in social security disability claims, expert witnesses, effective strategies for hearings, ethical issues, and specials issues.
Latest received: UPDATE 2015.
By Hirschman, Ann G.
2nd ed. c2000-.
This title attempts to "put a human face" to the statute description of disabilities. Each chapter focuses on a different area of disability such as the musculoskeletal system or psychiatric disorders and discusses how to effective present and prove the medical validity of a claim. Information such as how to read a medical chart and basic information on anatomy with illustrative diagrams is included.
Nolo's guide to social security disability : Getting & keeping your benefits
Latest received: 2018.
By Morton, David A.
"Nolo's Guide to Social Security Disability is the essential book for anyone dealing with a long-term or permanent disability. Written both for first-time applicants and existing recipients of Social Security disability, this guide demystifies the program and tells you everything you need to know about qualifying and applying for benefits, maintaining your benefits, and appealing the denial of a claim. Get plain English explanations and discussions of these crucial topics: what Social Security disability is what benefits are available to disabled children how to prove a disability how age, education and work experience affect benefits whether or not one can work while receiving benefits how to appeal a denial of benefits how to respond to a Continuing Disability Review." - from the publisher
"This new title is an organized collection of actual questions asked by individuals from around the country to Social Security benefits expert Stanley A. Tomkiel, III. The questions are derived from emails received from real people asking real-life questions about various areas of concern for themselves and their family members." - from the publisher
This handbook is a quick plain-English reference for those looking to learn more about social security benefits. There is practical advice for dealing with social security administrators as well as little known information such as how to prorate work deductions. Extensive appendices provide information on topics such as secondary proof of age, requirements for insured status, list of FICA yearly maximums, sample benefit amount, reduction factors, cost of living increases, and earning limits by year.
Latest received: 2017 Pocket parts.
By McCormick, Harvey L.
6th ed. c2009.
This two-volume set provides a step-by-step look social security administrative hearings from the initial application through any necessary appeals. Different parts of the set focus on administrative organization and general provisions, benefit categories, administrative procedures for obtaining benefits, judicial review, attorney representation and fees, and the supplemental security income act.
Latest received:REL. 21 DEC 2013.
By Bush, Thomas E.
2nd ed. c1992-2013.
This two volume set provides in-depth coverage of social security disability claims. Chapters cover the entire procedure covering the initial client contract, the prehearing procedure, the hearing, what to do following a favorable opinion, the appeals council, Federal Court review, and Attorney's Fees. This set includes a CD-ROM that contains more than 120 different forms.
Note: This title is no longer being kept up to date by the library.
Social Security Handbook : Overview of Social Security programs, 2011
This title is a great reference for information about Social Security programs and related programs administered by other agencies. Specific chapters cover special age 72 payments, survivors’ benefits, disability benefits, cash benefit rates, special coverage provisions, self-employment, wages, filing a claim, representative payees, under and overpayments, black lung benefits, Medicare, and special veterans’ benefits.
Latest received: Rel. 69, Oct. 2020.
This five-volume set is a comprehensive, in-depth reference for practitioners. The major topics discussed are social security coverage, retirement and survivor's benefits, disability, supplemental security income, Medicare, fees, selected social security regulations, and medical aspects of disability. The set's medical analysis spans two volumes and covers disabilities of all of the body's different systems.
Note: This item is also available electronically.
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