Social Security Law and Practice, 2022-23
- Daniel S. Jones, Esq.; Charles E. Binder, Esq.
Contents at a Glance
Statutes, Regulations, and Other Legal Authorities / Claims Practice / Background Substantive Guide / Attorney Fees
Part of the New York Lawyers’ Practical Skills Series (PSS)
PC: 422923/422923E (PSS)
The Social Security Act is among the most intricate ever drafted by Congress. It is a law that touches the lives of virtually everyone in the United States. This practice guide offers valuable, practical advice on how to work through the enormous bureaucracy. With analysis of the statutes and regulations, the authors guide you through the various aspects of practice and procedure.
Social Security Law and Practice covers eligibility; retirement, disability insurance, Supplemental Security Income and survivors' benefits; overpayments; Medicare; and attorney fees. Recent case law and author commentary has been added throughout the practice guide for this edition, and forms have been updated as needed. The 2022-2023 release is current through the 2022 legislative session.
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- December 22, 2022
- 306 pages