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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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dockets.justia.com/browse/noscat-11

Type: Social Security › Supplemental Security Income · Dilts v. Commissioner, Social Security Administration. Filed: December 12, 2017 as 1:2017cv02974. Plaintiff: Bradley Dilts. Defendant: Commissioner, Social Security Administration. Interested_party: USAO-SS-Noticing, SSA Noticing. Cause Of Action: - Social Security ...

dockets.justia.com/browse/state-colorado/noscat-11

Type: Social Security › Social Security: SSID Tit. XVI · Coleman v. Commissioner, Social Security Administration. Filed: December 1, 2017 as 1:2017cv02876. Plaintiff: Marcus Coleman. Interested_party: SSA Noticing. Defendant: Commissioner, Social Security Administration, USAO-SS-Noticing. Cause Of Action: Review of ...

www.ssa.gov/legislation/testimony_052307_addendum.html

May 23, 2007 ... Based upon receipts of 550,000 cases per year, the hearing operation could save significant numbers of workyears with the implementation of centralized noticing and printing. Another benefit of this initiative is to allow forms to be maintained at a central location to ensure the most current form is always ...

blog.ssa.gov/how-we-review-your-disability-benefits

Apr 14, 2016 ... When you receive disability benefits, Social Security will periodically conduct a review of your condition to make sure you still qualify for blind or disability benefits. With the right information, you can be prepared when this happens. When your case comes up for review, we'll send you a letter asking you to ...

www.ssa.gov/forms/ssa-5665.pdf

Q. WHY DO YOU NEED INFORMATION FROM ME? A. To decide whether a child qualifies for disability benefits, we use information from both medical and nonmedical sources. Medical sources include doctors and other health care professionals; non-medical sources include teachers and other people who spend time with ...

www.ssa.gov/legislation/testimony_062712.html

Jun 27, 2012 ... We also implemented Automated Noticing that allows CPMS to automatically produce appropriate notices based on stored data. We implemented centralized printing and mailing that provides high speed, high volume printing for all ODAR offices. We implemented Electronic Signature that allows ALJs and ...

www.ssa.gov/padrosettlement/Padro-Settlement-508.pdf

The term “Noticing Party” refers to a Party seeking enforcement of section III pursuant to the provisions in section V. K. The term “Plaintiffs” refers to Lorraine Padro, Sarah Rodriguez, Dhanasar. Raman, Toby Marlow as court-appointed guardian for Judith Blumensohn, Carmen Duran, John. Edwards, Julia Juan, and Jane ...

www.disability-benefits-help.org/disabling-conditions/macular-degeneration

Most people with macular degeneration have sufficient peripheral vision to continue with many of their daily activities, as long as the activities don't call for noticing fine details or reading. ... If your ability to work has been severely impaired by macular degeneration, you may qualify for Social Security disability benefits.

www.ssa.gov/OP_Home/rulings/di/02/SSR87-19-di-02.html

The ALJ was not alone in noticing inconsistencies in plaintiff's stated history. Dr. Shaddick's report refers to inconsistencies between claimant's statements and " information available in other medical reports." The court notes an inconsistency concerning the severity of plaintiff's initial trauma. In December 1981, he told the  ...