- SOCIAL SECURITY COLA: 2021
- SOCIAL SECURITY COLA: 2020
- SOCIAL SECURITY COLA: 2019
- BEWARE OF SCAMS!
- WEATHER CANCELLATIONS OF HEARINGS
- THE 300 SPARTANS
- SOCIAL SECURITY OFFICE CLOSING: NOVEMBER 29, 2013
- SOCIAL SECURITY COLA 2014
- CAN YOU APPLY ONLINE FOR SSI/SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME BENEFITS?
- GOVERNMENT SHUT DOWN AND HOW IT WILL AFFECT YOU
- Social Security Disability ABC's
- Social Security Disability and the Law
- Social Security Disability From the Other Side
- Social Security Disability Medical Issues
- Social Security Disability Musings
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- SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY OF INTEREST
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Author Archives: Melissa Buckley
Social Security benefits and SSI (Supplement Security Income) benefits will increase 1.7 percent starting January, 2013 [SSI payments will increase starting December 31, 2012]. This affects about 64 million people nationwide.
This is what I know: no mother whispers into her child’s cradle to her sleeping infant, or to her cooing baby, in her arms, “When you grow up, you’re going to be disabled and go on Social Security.” This is … Continue reading →
One of the issues that comes up quite frequently in Social Security Disability, and is probably the most confusing for clients, is the “Date Last Insured”; in Social Security-speak, the DLI. Clients come in with a letter from Social Security … Continue reading →
Social Security has published a new ruling on how Fibromyalgia will be evaluated. The new rule is found here: New Rule The new rule does not seem to change all that much the evaluation of the impairment, at first blush. … Continue reading →
The Judges in Hartford statistics: http://www.disabilityjudges.com/state/connecticut/hartford The Judges in New Haven statistics: http://www.disabilityjudges.com/state/connecticut/new-haven
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At the trial to determine who stole the tarts in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, the following dialogue takes place: `Let the jury consider their verdict,’ the King said, for about the twentieth time that day. `No, no!’ said the Queen. … Continue reading →
This is what the lawyer should do: (1) Obtain ALL your medical records. With careful reading of medical records, it becomes apparent, more often than not, that there are missing hospital visits, missing MRI’s, missing lab tests, missing Operative Reports, … Continue reading →
One of the most asked questions by clients during representation is whether they can work: Can I apply even though I am still working? I was offered and job and I’m not sure if I can do it, should I … Continue reading →