The goal of any disability adjudication is to determine what the claimant's maximum remaining ability is. Social Security calls this functional assessment the “residual functional capacity.” Every Social Security disability claimant will have their residual functional capacity asses...
Currently I am based out of Maumee, Ohio. Due to the fact social security disability is a federal practice I can legally take client anywhere in the U.S. Frequently I have traveled to
Fort Wayne Indiana
For many Social Security claimants, the hearing process is the most intimidating portion of their entire claim. My clients tend to have the most questions before the hearing, understandably so I think. The majority of claimants who win their claims do so at the hearing level. The importance of...
When a claimant files a new disability claim with Social Security they fall into one of four (4) main age categories. They are: Younger Person: defined as anyone under the age of 50 Closely Approaching Advanced Age: Defined as those between the ages of 50 to 54 Advanced Age: Defined as th...
Your child does not qualify for SSI simply because they have an IEP at school Many of the same conditions that qualify a student for an IEP may also qualify them for SSI benefits