Attorneys should be able to identify legal issues outside their main area of expertise that can affect their clients. This applies to all practitioners, no matter whether they do real estate, trust and wills, criminal law, corporate law, family law, or any other field. Work related injuries and disabling conditions can affect everyone, particularly as the chance of a worker becoming disabled before retirement age increases, and this should inform the legal advice that clients receive. This program will provide an overview of the 5-step Sequential Evaluation Process for Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) & Supplemental Security Income (SSI) for non-Social Security attorneys, and explain the differences and commonalities of the programs. These five evaluation steps are about the claimant, the claimant’s work history, and the claimant’s severe impairments.
Very interesting presentation about a difficult area of the law.
Very informative and useful
Interesting overview to disability application process under the law.
The instructor was extremely knowledgeable and organized the materials in a manner that crossed multiple platforms necessary for a broad understanding of SSI and Social Security. Very precise and well organized with valuable information formatted for understanding of basic and complex issues. Remarkable job. I have handled Social Security cases for a number of years and attended several seminars on the subject. This was the best!
Ms. Carter was very methodical and informative.
Very specific, but very interesting. A whole world about which I knew nothing.
The audio quality is very good.
Very stimulating. Thank you!
The lecturer was knowledgeable and provided understandable materials.
Not familiar with this area, but it is pretty fascinating.