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The rule which directs how a claim for intellectual disability, learning disability, mental retardation, low IQ or special needs is called Social Security Listing 12.05. The listing states that if a person has a valid IQ score of 59 or less, and also displays adaptive functioning deficits that were present prior to the age of […]
Article by Emilia Sicilia via NOSSCR.org The Chief Judge Carol Bagely Amon of the U.S District Court for the Eastern District of New York granted final approval of a settlement. This case was a class action lawsuit that complained of a generalized bias of five Administrative Law Judges in the SSA’s Queens, New York hearing […]
What is the process of why allowance rates drop during economic downturns? Here is a quick explanation. SSA Actuary: Allowance Rates drop During Economic Downturns Article found in the NOSSCR: Vol. 35, #10 October 2013 The Chief Actuary of the SSA office explained the process of why allowance rates drop during economic downturns. Disability claims […]
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We can withhold Social Security benefits to enforce your legal obligation to pay child support, alimony or restitution. State laws determine a valid garnishment order. By law, we garnish current and continuing monthly benefits. We do not make retroactive adjustments. You cannot appeal to Social Security for implementing garnishment orders. If you disagree with the […]
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