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21 Feb

By: Disability Group The Social Security…

The Social Security Administration follows a five step process to decide if an applicant is disabled or not at all levels of the process (Initial, reconsideration, hearing). This means that, to decide the claim, SSA will ask five questions, in order

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15 Feb

Auxiliary Benefits

If you have been awarded Disability Insurance Benefits (DIB) from the Social Security Administration (SSA), your children also may be able to qualify for benefits under your own Social Security number.

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03 Feb

By: Disability Group The Social Security…

The Social Security Administration has established regulations pertaining to what types of medical providers can give opinions and provide evidence regarding an individual’s conditions and functional limitations.

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27 Jan

What is Past Relevant Work?

At Step 4 of the 5-step sequential disability evaluation process that SSA uses to determine if a claimant is disabled, the claimant has the burden of proving that he or she is incapable of doing any “past relevant work.”

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