Everything you need to stay abreast of the latest changes in the field of Social Security practice. This unique, all-in-one source offers pertinent medical analysis along with analysis of statutes, regulations and case law, combined with practical advice, step-by-step guidance and numerous practice aids. . . in short, everything you need to effectively handle the constantly growing and ever-changing field of Social Security practice whether you are new to Social Security representation or a seasoned practitioner. 

A Procedural Guide for Successfully Handling Social Security Cases

The Social Security Practice Guide does more than offer a thorough understanding of Social Security administrative and case law. It's also a handy practical guide, encompassing all substantive and procedural aspects involved in representing a Social Security client at the hearings and appeals levels as well as in court.

You'll find: 

  • Tips on dealing with the Social Security adjudicatory process;
  • Complete sets of forms; 
  • Unique listing of common, reversible errors found in decisions of administrative law judges
  • Sample letters, interrogatories to doctors, pleadings on every phase of disability, and checklists; and 
  • Guide to recovering attorneys’ fees, with analysis of Social Security fee provisions to help maximize and expedite the fee award. 

Plus a comprehensive glossary, indexes of cases by impairment and a medico-legal bibliography.

You'll find it easy to develop the vocational aspects of a disability claim with the Social Security Practice Guide's up-to-the minute coverage of statutes and regulations pertaining to the standards used in evaluating and winning the medical and vocational points in a claim—not to  mention expert analysis of occupations and their physical demands.

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