3 edition of If you get SSI through the Zebley court case-- found in the catalog.
Shipping list no.: 92-0469-P.June 1992--P. .ICN 480266--P. .
|Statement||Social Security Administration|
|Publishers||Social Security Administration|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 111 p. :|
|Number of Pages||41|
|2||SSA publication -- no. 05-11012.|
|3||SSA publication -- no. 05-11012.|
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Class counsel may contact potential class members and determine whether they meant to request review of their claims and, if so, to assist them in demonstrating good cause for having failed to do so in a timely manner. 2 Percent No Cash Children 1. as to whether supplemental security income benefits are payable on account of a child who is disabled, or as to whether such benefits have been improperly denied, or improperly terminated, or should be resumed.
However, since the listings' medical criteria are more restrictive than the statutory disability standard, an adult claimant who does not qualify at the third step may do so after showing, at the fourth and fifth steps, that he cannot engage in his past work or other work in the economy, given his age, education, and work experience.
Significantly, the statute did not provide that children's impairments need be comparable to those which would disable an adult from any gainful activity.
Finally, the listings do not describe disease processes in terms of the various stages of childhood.that as a group they had not had enough attachment to the labor force to make application of these factors feasible. Recognizing that disabled children from low-income households are "among the most disadvantaged of all Americans," Congress provided special disability benefits for these persons "because their needs are often greater than those of nondisabled children.
Reconsideration appeals tend to proceed much more quickly. " [a]ll persons who are now, or who in the future will be, entitled to an administrative determination whether initially, on reconsideration, or on reopening as to whether supplemental security income benefits are payable on account of a child who is disabled, or as to whether such benefits have been improperly denied, or improperly terminated, or should be resumed.by His Parent and Natural Guardian,margarite Love, Appellants, v.
The Social Security Administration will, commencing six months after the entry of this Stipulation and Order and every four months thereafter, report to class counsel, with respect to each state, whether the state has agreed, has refused or is still considering whether to conduct a computer match, the date of such agreement, the state's data systems with which the state will attempt a computer match, the date that the Social Security Administration delivered its computer tape of potential class members to the state, and the date on which the state reports to the Social Security Administration that a computer match has been effected with a state data system;• Unless the ALJ explains the basis for his decision, it is impossible for the claimant and for a reviewing court to determine whether the ALJ's decision was supported by substantial evidence.
John's IFA necessarily must be disregarded.
The Secretary concedes that his listings do not cover every impairment that could qualify a child for benefits under the statutory standard, but insists that the listings, together with the equivalence determination, see 1989 , are sufficient to carry out the statutory mandate that children with impairments of "comparable severity" shall be considered disabled.