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    Your medical summary is the most important factor for the Social Security Administration when determining whether or not you are eligible to receive benefits. You should have this information gathered and ready to submit when you submit an application for review. You are going to want to provide your attorney with sufficient, accurate, and timely medical evidence supporting your claim and needs for disability benefits. It is of the utmost importance that you are able to provide evidence that your ability to work within the next 12 months has been affected due to a disease or medical condition. If your initial application ends up being denied for benefits, your attorney will then be able to take over the case on your behalf. They will only…

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    It was estimated that “40 million people, or 13 percent of the population, have an ambulatory, cognitive, or sensory disability” in the United States (Brucker, 2016, p. 298). The Social Security Administration (SSA) through the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) offers financial benefits to people with IDD. However, the families and the service coordinators (SC) have a critical role in bridging the gap in the knowledge and access of the program. There were several differences noted between…

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    An injury may leave you wondering how you will support yourself and your loved ones in Virginia. The Social Security Administration has a process for deciding if you qualify for disability benefits, and we at the law firm of Ronald E. Smith, P.C., have an in-depth understanding of the information needed for an approval. According to the SSA, the agency will evaluate your ability to perform the duties of your former employment. Even if you do not qualify based on the list of impairments…

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    Are you rapidly approaching retirement age? Are you wondering when the best time to start collecting Social Security is for you? Well, you’re not alone. With the rules concerning Social Security changing yearly, it’s easy to get confused as to when you’re even allowed to retire and start collecting your money. Yes, I said your money because you worked hard all your life to be able to collect it. So when is the best time to start collecting Social Security? It depends upon your situation.…

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    certain government programs which span from social economic supplemental programs to entitlements. With the growing number of the American population, one program has remained constantly in question. Social Security is the largest socialist program funded directly by the taxes which the citizens pay from their paychecks. The program was enacted in 1935 under the Roosevelt administration in order for people of 65 years and older to have a source of income after they have retired. Recent debates…

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    your choice. Must I do anything with the OLR letter if I choose NOT to transfer? NO. You may discard or keep the OLR letter for reference. 2. 2015 IRMAA – As I have said previously, you may now apply for 2015 IRMAA. You can download the application from the CSA Welfare Fund website, www.CSAwf.org. While the application is simple to fill out, you must enclose with it 2 documents: A copy of your and/or your eligible dependent’s Social Security Administration (SSA) letter issued to you and/or…

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    One of the most common questions I receive from clients is “How long will it take to finish my case?” It’s always hard to answer this question, because it simply depends on what you as the client want in your case and the individual circumstances to each case. The least helpful response is that it could take any length of time. Let’s discuss why this is, and hopefully provide a little more understanding on the process for a personal injury case. Stages of a Personal Injury Claim Your…

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    What is Medicare and Social Security is a question some might ask. Different parts of Medicare cover different services. Medicare is the largest health program in the United States. It is an insurance program that covers 40 million people that are over 65 years old and over 8 million people with disabilities. Medicare is the federal health insurance program for people who are 65 or older, certain younger people with disabilities, and people with End-Stage Renal Disease. It has 4 parts to it and…

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    Healthcare: Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security insurance Elder adults how are lucky enough to have money saved to their account or through a pension fund to become retired. Many people have money placed for Medicaid, Medicare, or a social security income. The top two are Medicare and Medicaid which were originally funding by the government as a means of assistance. Medicaid is a state and federal program that provides health coverage if you have a very low income (Crosta, p. 6). In order to…

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    The opportunity for career advancement within the Social Security Administration is what motivates me to work harder, take on more projects, and continuously study the law. It is in the agency 's best interest to have a legal assistant that goes above the call of duty and possesses the talent, legal knowledge, and competencies necessary to not only accomplish the mission but also exceed external customers ' satisfaction. Pursuing my Master 's degree is part of reaching the ultimate goal of…

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