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If you or someone you know has a genitourinary disorder resulting from a kidney transplant or chronic kidney disease, you may have a disability that meets the criteria established by the Social Security Administration’s (SSA) Listing of Impairments (the “Listings”). The Listing of Impairments lists impairments considered severe enough to prevent an individual from performing… Read More

The Social Security Administration (SSA) typically calculates disability benefits using “average indexed monthly earnings (AIME),” defined as the sum of up to 35 years of a worker’s indexed earnings. A formula is applied to the AIME to compute the primary insurance amount (PIA), which determines the benefit amount paid to an individual applicant. Social Security… Read More

Quick Disability Determination (QDD) is a process by which the Social Security Administration (SSA) expeditiously attempts to process claims for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), Supplemental Security Income (SSI). For those applicants that qualify, the Kenton Koszdin Law Office has the expertise and experience to provide the necessary representation and assistance throughout the entire Quick Disability… Read More

President Eisenhower signed a bill amending the Social Security Act in 1956 into law on August 1, 1956. This bill provided monthly benefits to eligible disabled working individuals. The Social Security Act has been amended by Congress several times in the last sixty-plus years enacting legislation that has attempted to evolve with and meet the… Read More

The Kenton Koszdin Law Office provides assistance in ensuring that all applicants and recipients receive all of the benefits to which they are entitled in Social Security Disability and workers’ compensation cases. Today’s blog discusses the miscellaneous proof required by the Social Security Administration (SSA) to evaluate the eligibility of a disability claim SSI applicants… Read More

Supplemental Security Income (SSI) offers monetary and medical benefits to adults and children who are disabled or blind and who meet applicable non-disability income and resources requirements. The Social Security Administration (SSA) mandates that applicants submit specified documents to aid the SSA’s evaluation of benefit eligibility. Applicants should never wait to apply for disability benefits…. Read More

The Social Security Administration (SSA) sends notices to applicants and beneficiaries of disability benefits to inform them of the SSA’s decisions, as well as the rights and ensuing obligations of the notice’s recipient. Of probably the utmost significance, notices explain options and alternatives to claimants so they may plan their next course of action, i.e.,… Read More

If you have a cardiovascular impairment that impairs your ability to perform everyday activities, such as performing those functions related to your job, you may have a disability that meets the criteria established by the Social Security Administration’s (SSA) Listings of Impairments (the “Listings”). The Listings detail impairments considered severe enough to prevent an individual… Read More

The Listings of Impairments evaluate cardiovascular impairments that result in any congenital or acquired disorder that affects the proper functioning of the heart or the arteries, veins, capillaries, and lymphatic drainage of the circulatory system. Cardiovascular impairment results from one or more of four effects of heart disease. The first consequence of heart disease is… Read More

At the fourth step of the sequential evaluation process, the Social Security Administration (SSA) makes a function-by-function comparison of the individual’s residual functional capacity (RFC) and past relevant work (PRW). If an individual retains the physical and mental capacity to perform any past relevant work, he/she Is found not disabled. If the applicant cannot perform… Read More

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