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The Social Security Administration (SSA) is an independent agency of the United States federal government that administers Social Security, a social insurance program consisting of retirement, disability, and survivors' benefits.
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Astrue v. Capato, 566 U.S. ___ (2012), was a case in which the Supreme Court of the United States held that children conceived after a parent's death are not entitled to Social Security Survivors benefits if the laws in the state that the parent's will was signed in forbid it. The case was a unanimous decision.


Kalbach v. Commissioner of Social Security, No. 1:2011cv00382 - Document 13 ( W.D. Mich. 2012) case opinion from the Western District of Michigan U.S. Federal District Court.


Aug 12, 2009 ... Karla J. Gwinn, Esq. [ARGUED] Social Security Administration, Office of General Counsel-Region II, New York, NY, for Appellee. .... words: “Burnett does not require the ALJ to use particular language or adhere to a particular format in conducting his analysis.” Jones, 364 F.3d at 505. Citing Rutherford v.


Harris (disability insurance benefits--inability to perform previous work-- administrative notice of the existence of other work), 82-34c. Braunston v. Gardner (judicial review, request not timely filed), 68-17c. Briant, Robert and Virginia Woods Briant v. Commissioner (self- employment, ministers, coverage of ministerial services ...


Albright v. Commissioner of the Social Security Administration , ((Interpreting Lively v. Secretary of Health and Human Services )—Effect of Prior Disability Findings on .... Jones v. Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare (child's benefits — contributions for support — title II of the Social Security Act), AR 86-14 (4). Kerns v.


Feb 9, 2016 ... MICHAEL JONES AND M. CHASTAIN JONES, Petitioners v. COMMISSIONER ... See Davis v. Commissioner, T.C. Summ. Op. 2010-89. (All section. 1 references are to the Internal Revenue Code in effect for the years at issue. All ... The cutbacks were so severe that Judge Jones took it upon himself to make.


Therefore he decided to arrange for a quantity of his semen to be preserved. Woodward died later that year. In 1995, the appellant gave birth to two children. She applied two forms of social security, “child's” benefits and “mother's” benefits. The Social Security Administration rejected her claim on the ground that she had ...


thumbnail-1 Mulligan v. Commissioner of Social Security, nonprecedential disposition, 7th Circuit Case No. 09-1135 (2009). Groves v. Commissioner of Social Security, 148 F.3d 809 (7th Cir. 1998) · Petzel v. Valley Orthopedics Ltd., et . al, Wisconsin Court of Appeals, Appeal No. 2008AP2474 (2009) · Danielson v. Gasper ...


Jones moved his family and belongings back to San Antonio, Texas, so he could attempt to obtain interim employment. .... Sochurek v. Commissioner, 300 F.2d 34 , 37 (7th Cir.1962). 15. The only issue this court must address is whether Jones was a "qualified individual" within the meaning of sections 913 and 911 of the ...