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Disability Benefits & Vocational Adjustments

Social Security Disability Lawyer in Kentucky When you need a social security disability lawyer you're probably nearing your wit's end. We have helped people going through this process for over 25 years. Here are some things you might need to know: A qualified disability attorney provides a secondary source of contact on behalf of

Disability Benefits & Vocational Adjustments 2018-05-03T22:02:57+00:00

Applicants For Benefits Should Know Some Information About The Grid Rules

An experienced disability attorney may provide all of the necessary assistance in ensuring that every possible avenue to eligibility is considered. A knowledgeable disability attorney may ensure that any applicant fully takes advantage of the rules intended to help individuals obtain eligibility for disability benefits. One of the best ways to make sure you understand

Applicants For Benefits Should Know Some Information About The Grid Rules 2018-04-25T21:09:58+00:00

Unskilled Workers And Disability Benefits: The “Worn Out Worker” Rule

The assistance of an experienced disability attorney can help all applicants navigate the often lengthy and complicated process of applying for disability benefits. In past blogs I've extensively mentioned the grid rules, which are used to establish disability. In addition to the grid rules, an obscure rule, the “worn out worker” rule may be used

Unskilled Workers And Disability Benefits: The “Worn Out Worker” Rule 2017-01-04T12:39:00+00:00

Using The Grid Rules for Workers Age 55 to 59

If you are an applicant for disability between the ages of 55 and 59 who can't perform your prior job and your condition doesn't meet an impairment listing, the Social Security Administration will refer to the “grid rules” (see below) to determine if you're disabled. An experienced disability attorney may help assist an applicant for

Using The Grid Rules for Workers Age 55 to 59 2016-12-28T18:31:53+00:00

Using The Grid Rules for Workers Age 50 to 54

If you are an applicant for disability between the ages of 50 and 54 who can't perform your prior job and your condition doesn't meet an impairment listing, the Social Security Administration will refer to the “grid rules” (see below) to determine if you're disabled. An experienced disability attorney may help assist an applicant for

Using The Grid Rules for Workers Age 50 to 54 2016-12-23T19:10:37+00:00

Applying For Social Security Benefits Over The Age Of 50, Part 1

This is the first part of a multi-part article on applying for Social Security disability benefits over the age of fifty (50). The SSA uses a sequential analysis to adjudicate your case.  This article is not specifically about the detailed mechanics of that process.  Rather, as your case survives and moves along within the process,

Applying For Social Security Benefits Over The Age Of 50, Part 1 2016-12-19T21:08:24+00:00

Social Security’s Grid Rules Explained

When an applicant files a claim for disability benefits, the SSA (Social Security Administration) evaluates the case using what are known as the "Grid Rules." These rules make it possible for SSA examiners to uniformly evaluate each disability case. You may only use these rules if you have a physical limitation. Purely mental health problems or

Social Security’s Grid Rules Explained 2016-09-29T19:21:08+00:00