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In 480 BC, an outnumbered Greek force of 300 Spartans, along with others in the alliance of Greek city-states, attempted to stop the advance of the Persians to conquer Greece at Thermopylae. King Leonidas of Sparta led the 300 Spartans, to … Continue reading →
Currently, it is NOT possible to apply online for SSI. To apply for SSI, you must either go to the local Social Security Office or call 1-800-772-1213 (TTY 1-800-325-0778) between 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Friday to apply. … Continue reading →
Does the application process seem incomprehensible? Social Security has a videotape “webinar” to explain the claims process. The webinar can be found here. You cannot apply online, at this time, for SSI.
This is a training video for Administrative Law Judges regarding Vocational Expert (VE) testimony: HERE.
On August 14, 1935, President Franklin Roosevelt signed into law the Social Security Act, saying, “We can never insure one-hundred percent of the population against one-hundred percent of the hazards and vicissitudes of life. But we have tried to frame a law … Continue reading →
Social Security has a two numbers that I think conflict, but are critical to remember (see the link at the bottom for those numbers in 2015): Before you have been declared disabled the “magic number” is $1,010 per month: if … Continue reading →
Social Security recognizes certain conditions that are so serious and so obviously disabling by their diagnosis, that the requirements for a finding of disability will clearly be met once the diagnosis is established by certain, identified tests and procedures. The conditions, … Continue reading →