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More than 67 million Americans will enjoy a 2.8% cost of living increase in their Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits, Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Veterans Disability Compensation in 2019. The increase is the largest since 2012. By law the cost of living, as measured by the Department of Labor’s Consumer Price Index for Urban… Read More

At the second step of the sequential evaluation process, the Social Security Administration (SSA) considers the medical severity of an individual’s impairment(s). An individual must have a medically determinable physical or mental impairment (or a combination of impairments) that is severe and meets the duration requirement. For an impairment to be sufficiently severe under the… Read More

The Social Security Act and its accompanying Code of Regulations provide for a five-step sequential evaluation process to assess whether applicants have a disability that qualifies them for benefits under federal law. Each step may be expressed in the form of a question asked by the examiner or judge about an individual applying for disability…. Read More

The Code of Federal Regulations of the Social Security Act contain 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

The Social Security Act (Act), The Code of Federal Regulations (CFR 20), and Social Security Rulings (SSRs) are the three cornerstones of policy that the Social Security Administration uses to regulate eligibility for Social Security Disability benefits. The Social Security Act’s regulations provide for a five-step sequential evaluation process for determining whether applicants have a… Read More

The Social Security Act’s regulations provide for a five-step sequential evaluation process for determining whether applicants have a disability that qualifies them for benefits under the Act. Each step may be expressed in the form of a question asked by the examiner or judge about an individual applying for disability. Step 1 –  Is the… Read More

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

The Kenton Koszdin Law Office thrives on helping its clients recover financially, physically, and emotionally from their disability. Whether you are injured on the job or have suffered some disability and are no longer able to work as you once did, you have rights and my office will help you assert, enforce, and protect them…. Read More

Receiving Medicare And SSI

By Kenton Koszdin on May 30, 2018
In Disability Insurance

The application process that determines eligibility for Supplemental Security Disability Income (SSDI) isn’t simple and straightforward. Every application is different and therefore unique. Every applicant has different circumstances that affect or may be affected by an award of disability benefits. A benefit award may affect the status and eligibility of the receipt of other important… Read More

The Kenton Koszdin Law Office thrives on helping its clients recover financially, physically, and emotionally from their disability. Whether you are injured on the job or have suffered some disability and are no longer able to work as you once did, you have rights and my office will help you assert, enforce, and protect them…. Read More

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