Social Security Disability Updates During the Coronavirus Pandemic
This program, presented by Maren Miller Bam, will outline changes to the Social Security Industry during the coronavirus pandemic, including stayed, federal court proceedings and problems at the Appeals Council, telephonic hearings, and videoconference consultative evaluations (CEs).
- Review the landscape of SSD administration during the pandemic, and what your clients can expect from their cases
- Discuss when to go forward with or postpone telephonic hearings
- Identify best practices for telephonic hearings and videoconference CEs
- Advise clients on their case during tumultuous times
This program will benefit Social Security Disability (SSD) practitioners of all skill levels.
Salus Law Meets You Where You Are.
Inspired by the Roman Goddess of welfare, health and prosperity, our team is committed to guiding you through the Social Security Disability process and achieving a successful outcome. With an 80% approval rate at Social Security Hearings and a 90% approval rate in Federal Court, Salus nearly doubles the national average and improves your odds of success.
Social Security offers a variety of benefits to those who are mentally or physically incapable of working.
Social Security has two specific benefits programs: 1. Social Security Disability (SSD) and 2. Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Our professional team can help you with all aspects of your case, from application to federal court. If you have been denied, Salus is here for you.
You must meet legally meet requirements in order to qualify for benefits including: disability, assets (resources), and income. Our Social Security Disability attorney assists you every step of the way—from the application to court hearings.
How We Can Help You
From the earliest stages of our clients’ cases, we identify and clarify the issues to the Social Security Administration (SSA). We review and help complete forms that are sent to our clients by the Adjudicator in connection with both applications and appeals. This is important because these forms are often used to discredit claimant’s statements and testimony. The right answers and responses early in the process can help to avoid later problems, as well as directing SSA to the proper issues in a claimant’s case.