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Contents Introduction Chapter 1: Meet the Social Security Administration Chapter 2: Defining Disability Chapter 3: Who is Eligible to File? Chapter 4: The Sequential Evaluation of Disability Chapter 5: Step 3 of the Sequential Evaluation: Meeting or Equaling the Listings Chapter 6: Step 4 of the Sequential Evaluation: Can You Do Your Past Relevant Work? Chapter 7: Step 5 of the Sequential Evaluation: Can You Do Any Other Work? Chapter 8: When the Grids Do Not Apply Chapter 9: Filing the Initial Claim Chapter 10: Consultative Examinations Chapter 11: Developing Your Medical Evidence: Your Doctor?s Role in Obtaining Benefits Chapter 12: If You are Denied: The First Appeal Chapter 13: If You are Denied Again: The Second Appeal Chapter 14: Understanding the Hearing Letter and Preparing for the Hearing Chapter 15: Requesting an On the Record Decision Chapter 16: The Hearing Chapter 17: The Waiting Game: How Do You Survive? Chapter 18: Favorable Decisions Chapter 19: Unfavorable Decisions and Your Right to Appeal Chapter 20: Anatomy of a Social Security Disability Case Chapter 21: Turning a Losing Decision into a Victory Chapter 22: Obtaining First-Time Benefits for Children and Adults with Childhood Disabilities Chapter 23: Do I Need an Attorney? Glossary of Acronyms Appendix A: Medical Questionnaire Appendix B: The Grids Appendix C: Support Groups Index About the Author
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Insurance, Disability -- Law and legislation -- United States.
Disability evaluation -- Law and legislation -- United States.
Social security -- Law and legislation -- United States.