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Social Security Administration Practice and Procedure Guidebook

Practice Area:
Admin Law


The Social Security Administration administers three major benefit programs that affect nearly everyone at one time or another. Authors Anthony Gawienowski and Amanda Giovanoni are Social Security Administration attorneys but provide their views solely in their personal capacities. This well-organized and extensively outlined publication will let you quickly find the information you need to help your client with Social Security Administration issues. The 39 best practice suggestions for claimant’s representatives are alone worth the price of this book.

Social Security Administration Practice and Procedure originally appeared as a chapter in the MoBarCLE deskbook, Missouri Administrative Law.

2011 (99 pages)

MoBar Price $50 | eGuidebook PDF Download




1   |   Overview

2   |   Sources of Authority and Information

3   |   Sequential Disability Evaluation Process

4   |   Alternative Sequential Analysis

5   |   Disqualifying Factors (Disabled But Not Eligible) -- Drug Addiction or Alcoholism

6   |   Disabled Claimant Becomes Not Disabled Because of Failure to Follow Prescribed Treatment

7   |   Effect of Felonies

8   |   Office of Disability Adjudication and Review's Best Practices for Claimant's Representatives