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    The Code of Federal Regulations of the Social Security Act contains provisions that detail a five-step sequential evaluation process for determining disability. Each step may be expressed in the form of a question asked by the examiner or judge about an individual applying for disability. These five steps flow from the definition of disability found… Read More

    What Are The Grid Rules?

    By Kenton Koszdin on July 23, 2018
    In Disability Insurance

    When a claim for disability benefits is filed with the Social Security Administration (SSA) and a claimant doesn’t meet a medical impairment listing, it evaluates the case using what are commonly known as the “grid rules” to determine whether a claimant is disabled. These rules allow disability cases to be evaluated uniformly by the SSA…. Read More

    It’s important to prove the extent of your injuries or illness for a Workers’ Compensation (WC) claim. One way to do this is to keep a pain journal. The WC claims administrator will need as much information as possible about your medical condition and how your injury has affected your daily life. You, of course,… Read More

    Each week, the Kenton Koszdin Law Office consults with and interviews many prospective disability and workers’ compensation clients. When I interview clients, I not only prefer to focus on any relevant personal facts or circumstances that may provide reasons or grounds for the approval of benefits, but I also like to focus on any relevant… Read More

    The process of applying for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits requires that applicants understand many terms that are economic, legal and medical in origin. Today’s blog provides potential applicants for disability benefits with some understanding of this complicated language. Here is the second part of a look at some important terms… Read More

    An individual with an endocrine disorder like hypoglycemia may have a disability that meets the criteria established by the Social Security Administration’s (SSA) listing of impairments (the “listings”). The listings detail impairments considered severe enough to prevent an individual from performing any substantial gainful activity (SGA), i.e., work that earns income above a certain set… Read More

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