Social Security Disability Cases in South Carolina, Third Edition Out of Stock
Stacy E. Thompson, Esquire
Fully updated since the release of the Second Edition in 2010, Social Security Disability Cases in South Carolina - Basic Case Evaluation and Management, Third Edition provides a basic overview of the different social security disability case determinations made by the Social Security Administration. The publication is a simple, how-to of disability cases, with descriptions of the types of cases encountered, an outline of the five-step evaluation process utilized by the Social Security Administration, and a discussion of the Listings of Impairments and the Grids.
For those new to the practice of Social Security Disability, this publication will provide an overview on how to conduct your initial case evaluation, give you tips on how to obtain relevant information from your client, and help you prepare your client and your case for the hearing before the Social Security Administration. Relevant and commonly-used Social Security rulings and case law are also included to provide additional insight into the case determination. New to the Third Edition is an updated section on how to handle the electronic file, online appeals and electronic submission of evidence, as well as information on handling cessation cases, dependent's benefits and continuing disability reviews. Also included in the Third Edition is an expanded section on handling cases involving minor children and discussion of common Appeals Council issues.
With the purchase of this publication, you will receive useful forms in an electronic user-friendly format. Sample forms included on the CD are: a client interview form, a sample fee agreement, authorization to release medical records (HIPAA compliant), authorization to release school and attorney records, a pre-hearing checklist, sample Pre-Hearing Briefs, and a pre-hearing letter to a client. Also included are links to forms found on the Social Security Administration website.
Soc. Sec. Disability Cases