Part 1 – Overviews

  • § 100. Scope of Reference Work - In General
  • § 101. The Programs Covered - Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance (OASDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
  • § 102. Programs Not Covered Although Closely Affiliated With Social Security - Black Lung, Medicare, AFDC, Private Pensions
  • § 103. The Issues Covered - Entitlement, Amount, Procedure, Proof or Evidence, Issues of Representation, Planning in Relation to Benefits
  • § 104. Related Tax Issues Not Addressed

The Different Types of Social Security Benefits

  • § 150. The Different Types of Social Security Benefits - In General
  • § 151. Benefits Categorized According to the Claimant's Relationship to the Worker
  • § 152. The Different Types of Social Security Benefits - Benefits Categorized According to the Worker's Situation

Old-Age Benefits

  • § 160. Old-Age Benefits - In General
  • § 161. Old-Age Benefits - Entitlement
  • § 162. Old-Age Benefits - Amount
  • § 163. Old-Age Benefits - Relationship to Prior or Subsequent Benefits Received by Worker
  • § 164. Old-Age Benefits - Benefits for Others That Are Linked To

Disability Benefits

  • § 170. Disability Benefits - In General
  • § 171. Disability Benefits - Entitlement
  • § 172. Disability Benefits - Amount
  • § 173. Disability Benefits - Relationship to Prior or Subsequent Benefits Received by Worker
  • § 174. Disability Benefits - Benefits for Others That Are Linked To
  • § 180. Disability Benefits - Disability Determination - In General
  • § 181. Disability Benefits - Disability Determination - Procedure Employed
  • § 182. Disability Benefits - Disability Determination - End of Disability
  • § 190. How Disability Affects Non-Disability Benefit

Benefits Based on Family Relationship

  • § 200. Benefits Based on Family Relationship - In General
  • § 201. Benefits Based on Family Relationship - Categories Based on Family Relationship
  • § 202. Benefits Based on Family Relationship - Categories Based on Worker's Situation
  • § 203. Benefits Based on Family Relationship - Establishing Family Relationship
  • § 204. Benefits Based on Family Relationship - Amount
  • § 210. Benefits Based on Family Relationship - Survivors' Benefits
  • § 211. Survivors' Benefits - Categories of Family Members Who Are Eligible

Benefits for the Surviving Spouse of a Deceased Worker

  • § 220. Benefits for the Surviving Spouse of a Deceased Worker - Entitlement
  • § 221. Benefits for the Surviving Spouse of a Deceased Worker - Amount
  • § 222. Benefits for the Surviving Spouse of a Deceased Worker - Relationship to Prior or Subsequent Benefits Received by the Individual
  • § 223. Benefits for the Surviving Spouse of a Deceased Worker - How Affected by Benefits Received by Others
  • § 224. Benefits for the Surviving Spouse of a Deceased Worker Caring for Children (Mother's or Father's Benefits)
  • § 225. Benefits for the Surviving Divorced Spouse of a Deceased Worker

Benefits for Surviving Children of a Deceased Worker

  • § 230. Benefits for the Surviving Child of a Deceased Worker - Entitlement
  • § 231. Benefits for the Surviving Child of a Deceased Worker - Amount
  • § 232. Benefits for the Surviving Child of a Deceased Worker - Relationship to Prior or Subsequent Benefits Received by the Individual
  • § 233. Benefits for the Surviving Child of a Deceased Worker - How Affected by Benefits Received by Others

Benefits for Surviving Parents of a Deceased Worker

  • § 240. Benefits for the Surviving Parents of a Deceased Worker - Entitlement
  • § 241. Benefits for the Surviving Parents of a Deceased Worker - Amount
  • § 242. Benefits for the Surviving Parents of a Deceased Worker - Relationship to Prior or Subsequent Benefits Received by the Individual
  • § 243. Benefits for the Surviving Parents of a Deceased Worker - How Affected by Benefits Received by Others

Benefits for the Spouse of an Old-Age or Disability Benefits Recipient

  • § 250. Benefits for the Spouse of an Old-Age or Disability Benefits Recipient - Entitlement
  • § 251. Benefits for the Spouse of an Old-Age or Disability Benefits Recipient - Amount
  • § 252. Benefits for the Spouse of an Old-Age or Disability Benefits Recipient - Relationship to Prior or Subsequent Benefits Received by the Individual
  • § 253. Benefits for the Spouse of an Old-Age or Disability Benefits Recipient - How Affected by Benefits Received by Others
  • § 255. Benefits for the Divorced Spouse of an Old-Age or Disability Benefits Recipient

Benefits for Children of an Old-Age or Disability Benefits Recipient

  • § 260. Benefits for the Child of an Old-Age or Disability Benefits Recipient - Entitlement
  • § 261. Benefits for the Child of an Old-Age or Disability Benefits Recipient - Amount
  • § 262. Benefits for the Child of an Old-Age or Disability Benefits Recipient - Relationship to Prior or Subsequent Benefits Received by the Individual
  • § 263. Benefits for the Child of an Old-Age or Disability Benefits Recipient - How Affected by Benefits Received by Others

Supplemental Security Income

  • § 280. Supplemental Security Income - Basic Elements

Coverage, Proof, and Procedure

Social Security

  • § 300. Basic Elements of Coverage
  • § 400. Steps in Presenting or Appealing a Benefit Claim
  • § 420. Representation by a Lawyer or Other Experienced Person
  • § 430. The Individual's Earnings Record
  • § 440. Proof, Presumptions, and Evidence
  • § 450. Being Mistaken About Entitlement or Particular Social Security Rules

SSI

  • § 455. Supplemental Security Income - Establishing Entitlement Through the Administrative Process

Taking a Claim to Court

  • § 460. Taking a Social Security or SSI Claim to Court - In General
  • § 461. Taking a Social Security or SSI Claim to Court - What a Court Can and Will Do
  • § 462. Taking a Social Security or SSI Claim to Court - Class Actions and Other Special Cases

Representation by Attorneys and Others

  • § 500. Fees Charged and Awarded for Social Security Representation - In General
  • § 505. Fees Charged and Awarded for Social Security Representation - Fees Awarded That Do Not Come Out of Claimant's Benefits
  • § 510. Fees Charged and Awarded for Social Security Representation - Fees Charged by Non-Lawyer Representatives
  • § 580. Supplemental Security Income - Legal Representation

Benefit Calculation

Social Security

  • § 600. Social Security Benefit Calculation - In General
  • § 601. Social Security Benefit Calculation - The Role of the Primary Insurance Amount
  • § 602. Social Security Benefit Calculation - Calculating the Primary Insurance Amount
  • § 603. Social Security Benefit Calculation - Shares of the Primary Insurance Amount
  • § 604. Social Security Benefit Calculation - Effect on Benefits of the Timing of Application
  • § 605. Social Security Benefit Calculation - Effect on Benefits of Continuing Earned Income
  • § 606. Social Security Benefit Calculation - Effect on Benefits of Benefits Being Received by Others
  • § 610. Events Causing Loss or Reduction of Benefits
  • § 611. The General But Not Complete Symmetry of Entitlement (Disability / Death / Dependence)
  • § 620. Interplay of Multiple Benefit Calculation Effects - E.G., Excess Earnings, Family Maximum
  • § 630. Special Provisions - Deportation, Incarceration
  • § 640. Cost-of-Living Adjustments

SSI

  • § 680. Supplemental Security Income - Benefit Amount

Payment of Benefits

  • § 700. Payment of Benefits - In General
  • § 701. Payment of Benefits - Payment Arrangements on Behalf of Individuals Who Have Difficulty Managing
  • § 710. Payment of Benefits - Overpayments and Underpayments
  • § 780. Supplemental Security Income - Payment, Overpayment, and Underpayment

Sources of Law

  • § 800. Sources of Social Security and SSI Law - In General
  • § 801. Sources of Social Security and SSI Law - The Act
  • § 802. Sources of Social Security and SSI Law - The Regulations
  • § 803. Sources of Social Security and SSI Law - The Social Security Rulings
  • § 804. Sources of Social Security and SSI Law - The Program Operations Manual System or POMS
  • § 805. Sources of Social Security and SSI Law - Court Decisions
  • § 806. Sources of Social Security and SSI Law - Other Resources
  • § 820. Constitutional Issues in the Social Security and SSI Programs

Relationship to Other Benefits

  • § 900. Relationship of Social Security to Other Benefits - In General
  • § 901. Relationship of Social Security to Other Benefits - Medicare
  • § 902. Relationship of Social Security to Other Benefits - Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
  • § 903. Relationship of Social Security to Other Benefits - State Disability Benefits
  • § 904. Relationship of Social Security to Other Benefits - Workers Compensation
  • § 905. Relationship of Social Security to Other Benefits - Private Pensions, Savings, Insurance
  • § 906. Relationship of Social Security to Other Benefits - State Pensions
  • § 907. Relationship of Social Security to Other Benefits - Federal Civil Service Pensions
  • § 908. Relationship of Social Security to Other Benefits - Railroad Retirement Benefits
  • § 909. Relationship of Social Security to Other Benefits - Other Countries' Social Insurance Programs
  • § 915. Supplemental Security Income - Relationship to Other Benefits

Effects of Citizenship, Residence, or Immigration Status

  • § 920. Social Security or SSI and Travel or Immigration

Part 2 – Topics

General Issues

General Issues of Coverage and Proof

  • § A 100. The Need to File an Application – Social Security
  • § A 200. Insured Status – In General
  • § A 210. Insured Status – Fully Insured
  • § A 220. Insured Status – Currently Insured
  • § A 250. SSI – The Need to File an Application
  • § A 260. SSI – Categorical Eligibility – In General
  • § A 270. SSI – Categorical Eligibility – 65 or Older
  • § A 280. SSI – Categorical Eligibility – Blind or Disabled
  • § A 300. Covered Work
  • § A 310. What Counts as Wages or Self-Employment Income
  • § A 320. Coverage of State and Local Government Employees
  • § A 400. Quarters of Coverage
  • § A 450. SSI – Income and Resource Limits – In General
  • § A 460. SSI – Income and Resource Limits – Deeming
  • § A 500. Earnings Record – In General
  • § A 510. Earnings Record – Self-Employment Income
  • § A 520. Earnings Record – Military Service Credits
  • § A 530. Earnings Record – Other Credits
  • § A 540. Earnings Record – Year of Earnings
  • § A 550. SSI – Countable Income
  • § A 580. SSI – Countable Resources
  • § A 600. Proof of Age
  • § A 700. Proof of Death – In General
  • § A 710. Proof of Death – Presumed from Absence
  • § A 720. Proof of Death – Date of Death
  • § A 800. Conviction of a Felony or Fleeing to Avoid Prosecution and Benefits
  • § A 850. SSI – Institutionalization and Eligibility
  • § A 900. Foreign Nationality or Residence
  • § A 950. SSI – Foreign Nationality or Residence

Benefit Calculation and Payment

  • § B 100. Primary Insurance Amount
  • § B 150. Full Retirement Age
  • § B 200. Cost of Living Adjustment
  • § B 300. Excess Earnings Reduction – In General
  • § B 310. Excess Earnings Reduction – Reclassification of Income
  • § B 320. Excess Earnings Reduction – Self-Employment Income
  • § B 330. Excess Earnings Reduction – Business Expenses
  • § B 350. SSI – Benefit Level – In General
  • § B 355. SSI – Benefit Level – Eligible Couples
  • § B 360. SSI – Benefit Level – Reduction for Countable Income
  • § B 370. SSI – Benefit Level – Reduction During Stay in Public Institution
  • § B 400. Overpayment and Underpayment
  • § B 450. SSI – Overpayment and Underpayment
  • § B 500. Recoupment of Overpayment – In General
  • § B 510. Recoupment of Overpayment – Claimant's Fault
  • § B 520. Recoupment of Overpayment – Against Equity or Defeat Act's Purpose
  • § B 530. Recoupment of Overpayment – What Can Be Recouped
  • § B 610. Title II-SSI Relationship
  • § B 620. SSI Windfall Offset
  • § B 630. Title II-Railroad Retirement Act Relationship
  • § B 640. Windfall Elimination Provision
  • § B 650. SSI – Relationship to Other Benefit Programs – In General
  • § B 660. SSI – Relationship to Medicaid Eligibility
  • § B 670. SSI – State Supplementary Benefits
  • § C 100. Protection of Benefits From Assignment or Garnishment
  • § C 200. Appointment and Duties of a Representative Payee

Judicial Review

  • § D 000. Jurisdiction and Judicial Review – In General
  • § D 100. Need to Exhaust Administrative Remedies
  • § D 200. Timely Filing by Claimant
  • § D 300. Consequences of Government Delays in Responding to Court
  • § D 400. Issues of Appropriate Judicial Remedy – In General
  • § D 410. Issues of Appropriate Judicial Remedy – Interim Relief
  • § D 420. Issues of Appropriate Judicial Remedy – Whether Court Can or Should Grant Requested Relief
  • § D 500. Class Actions
  • § D 600. Role of the Magistrate
  • § D 700. Other Statutes Than Social Security Act as Basis for Judicial Review
  • § D 800. Issues of New Evidence and Requested Remand

Administrative Process

  • § E 000. Administrative Process – In General
  • § E 100. Effect of Misleading Agency Information or Advice
  • § E 200. Need to Comply With Agency Deadlines and Requirements
  • § E 300. ALJ's Conduct of Hearing – In General
  • § E 310. ALJ's Conduct of Hearing – Evidence of ALJ's Bias
  • § E 320. ALJ's Conduct of Hearing – Duty to Pro Se Claimant
  • § E 330. ALJ's Conduct of Hearing – ALJ's Development of Hearing Record
  • § E 340. ALJ's Conduct of Hearing – ALJ's Treatment of Claimant
  • § E 400. Adequacy of ALJ's Decision
  • § E 500. Adequacy and Timing of Agency Notice
  • § E 600. Claimant's Right to Counsel
  • § E 700. Travel and Other Expenses
  • § E 800. Administrative Res Judicata
  • § E 910. Claimant Request That Agency Reopen Prior Decision
  • § E 920. Agency Decision to Reopen on Its Own Initiative
  • § E 950. Appeals Council Review
  • § E 960. General Issues of Burden of Proof and Evidence

General Legal Issues

  • § F 100. Constitutional Law and Social Security – Other Issues: e.g., Equal Protection, Substantive Due Process, Taking
  • § F 110. Constitutional Law and Social Security – Gender Distinctions
  • § F 120. Constitutional Law and Social Security – Procedural Due Process
  • § F 200. General Issues of Statutory Interpretation
  • § F 300. General Issues of Interpretation or Validity of a Regulation
  • § F 400. Effect of a New or Amended Statutory Provision on Current Claims
  • § F 500. Effect of a New or Amended Regulation on Current Claims
  • § F 600. Legal Effect of Social Security Rulings
  • § F 700. Legal Effect of the POMS

Family Benefits

Entitlement as Spouse

  • § H 000. Entitlement as Spouse – In General
  • § H 100. Spouse Issues – Marital Status – State Law – In General
  • § H 110. Spouse Issues – Marital Status – State Law – Common Law Marriage
  • § H 120. Spouse Issues – Marital Status – State Law – Validity of Ceremonial Marriage
  • § H 130. Spouse Issues – Marital Status – State Law – Effect of State Law Presumptions
  • § H 140. Spouse Issues – Marital Status – State Law – Validity of Divorce or Annulment
  • § H 150. Spouse Issues – Marital Status – State Law – "Putative Spouse" Under State Law
  • § H 160. Spouse Issues – Marital Status – Focus on State Intestacy Law
  • § H 200. Spouse Issues – Marital Status – Marriage Deemed Valid Under Social Security Act, Not Under State Law – In General
  • § H 210. Spouse Issues – Marital Status – Marriage Deemed Valid Under Social Security Act, Not Under State Law – Requirement of Good Faith
  • § H 220. Spouse Issues – Marital Status – Marriage Deemed Valid Under Social Security Act, Not Under State Law – Requirement That Claimant Be Living With the Insured
  • § H 300. Competing Spouse Claims
  • § H 400. Entitlement as Divorced Spouse – In General
  • § H 410. Entitlement as Divorced Spouse – Duration of Marriage Prior to Divorce
  • § H 500. Entitlement as Younger Spouse Caring for Eligible Child
  • § H 600. Spouse Benefit Issues Having to do With Duration or Timing of the Marriage – In General
  • § H 700. Spouse Benefit Issues Having to do With Duration or Timing of the Marriage – Special Rules in the Event of Accidental Death
  • § H 800. Effect of Remarriage on Spouse Benefit Entitlement

Entitlement as Parent of the Insured

  • § I 000. Entitlement as Parent of the Insured – In General
  • § I 100. Entitlement as Parent of the Insured – Determining Status as Parent
  • § I 200. Entitlement as Parent of the Insured – Parent's Dependency Upon the Insured

Entitlement as Child

  • § J 000. Entitlement as Child – In General
  • § J 100. Child's Status – State Law – In General
  • § J 110. Child's Status – State Law – Focus on State Intestacy Law
  • § J 120. Child's Status – State Law – Effect of State Law Presumptions
  • § J 200. Child's Status – Social Security Act Recognition of Child Who Fails to Meet State Law Tests – In General
  • § J 210. Child's Status – Social Security Act Recognition of Child Who Fails to Meet State Law Tests – Written Acknowledgment
  • § J 220. Child's Status – Social Security Act Recognition of Child Who Fails to Meet State Law Tests – Living With or Supported by Parent
  • § J 230. Child's Status – Social Security Act Recognition of Child Who Fails to Meet State Law Tests – Proof of Parentage and Actual Dependency
  • § J 240. Child's Status – Social Security Act Recognition of Child Who Fails to Meet State Law Tests – Court Order or Decree
  • § J 250. Child's Status – Social Security Act Recognition of Child Who Fails to Meet State Law Tests – Child of a Defective Ceremonial Marriage
  • § J 300. Special Issues With Posthumous Child
  • § J 400. Special Issues With Legally Adopted Child
  • § J 500. Claims Based on Equitable Adoption of Child
  • § J 600. Special Child Issues With Stepchildren
  • § J 700. Child Claims Involving Grandparents – In General
  • § J 710. Child Claims Involving Grandparents – Special Issues With Child Adopted by Grandparent
  • § J 720. Child Claims Involving Grandparents – Special Issues With Stepgrandchild
  • § J 800. Older Child Eligible While a Full-Time Student
  • § J 900. Effect of Child's Marriage

General Family Benefit Issues

  • § K 100. Determining Which State's Law to Apply
  • § K 200. When State Law Has Changed, What Law Applies
  • § K 300. The Effect of Actual State Court Proceedings
  • § K 400. Consequences of Survivor's Conviction of Murder
  • § K 500. Lump Sum Death Benefits
  • § M 100. Entitlement to More Than One Benefit
  • § M 200. Relationship of Family Benefit to PIA
  • § M 300. Application of the Family Maximum When There Are Numerous Family Benefit Claimants
  • § M 400. Application of the Public Pension Offset to Family Benefits

Disability Benefits

Claimant Categories

  • § N 100. Disabled Worker Claiming Disability Insurance
  • § N 200. SSI Disability Benefit Claim
  • § N 300. Disabled Widow(er) Claiming Survivors Benefits
  • § N 400. Older Child Claiming Social Security Because of Disability
  • § N 500. Claim for a Period of Disability Earnings Record Freeze Apart From Benefit Claim

Context of Disability Issue

  • § N 600. Claim Resting on Initial Finding of Disability
  • § N 700. Claim Focusing on When Person Became Disabled
  • § N 800. Issues of Terminating Disability Benefits – In General
  • § N 810. Issues of Terminating Disability Benefits – Medical Improvement
  • § N 820. Issues of Terminating Disability Benefits – Trial Work
  • § N 830. Issues of Terminating Disability Benefits – Revised View of Original Determination
  • § N 840. Issues of Terminating Disability Benefits – Reasons Other Than Medical

Establishing Disability

  • § P 000. Overall Treatment of Burden of Proof and Evidence
  • § P 100. Duration of Disability
  • § P 200. Claimant Engaged in Substantial Gainful Activity – In General
  • § P 210. Claimant Engaged in Substantial Gainful Activity – Sheltered Work Issues
  • § P 220. Claimant Engaged in Substantial Gainful Activity – Self-Employment Issues
  • § P 230. Claimant Engaged in Substantial Gainful Activity – Treatment of Impairment Expenses
  • § P 300. Threshold Test of Severity
  • § P 400. Listed Impairment or Equivalent
  • § P 500. Claimant's Ability to Perform Past Relevant Work
  • § P 600. Application of Medical-Vocational Guidelines (Grid) – In General
  • § P 610. Application of Medical-Vocational Guidelines (Grid) – Non-Exertional Impairments
  • § P 620. Claimant's Residual Functional Capacity
  • § P 630. Application of Medical-Vocational Guidelines (Grid) – Age
  • § P 640. Application of Medical-Vocational Guidelines (Grid) – Education
  • § P 650. Application of Medical-Vocational Guidelines (Grid) – Work Experience
  • § P 660. Application of Medical-Vocational Guidelines (Grid) – Work Level (Light, Sedentary, etc.)
  • § P 680. Application of Medical-Vocational Guidelines (Grid) – Transferable or Marketable Skills

Especially Difficult Types of Impairment

  • § P 710. Mental Impairment, Psychological Problems
  • § P 720. Mental Retardation, Limited I.Q.
  • § P 730. Impaired Vision, Blindness
  • § P 740. Pain or Other Subjective Complaints
  • § P 750. Alcoholism or Drug Addiction
  • § P 760. Multiple or Combined Impairments

Issues of Medical Evidence

  • § P 800. Issues of Medical Evidence – In General
  • § P 810. Issues of Medical Evidence – Treating Physician
  • § P 820. Issues of Medical Evidence – Non-Examining Physician
  • § P 830. Issues of Medical Evidence – Need for a Medical Exam
  • § P 840. Issues of Medical Evidence – Failure to Obtain Treatment or Use Medication
  • § P 850. Issues of Medical Evidence – Side Effects of Treatment or Medication
  • § P 860. Issues of Medical Evidence – Treatment of New Medical Evidence

Establishing the Availability of Work Claimant Can Perform

  • § P 900. Establishing the Availability of Work Claimant Can Perform – In General
  • § P 910. Establishing the Availability of Work Claimant Can Perform – Dictionary of Occupational Titles
  • § P 920. Establishing the Availability of Work Claimant Can Perform – Vocational Expert Testimony or Report
  • § P 930. Establishing the Availability of Work Claimant Can Perform – Hypotheticals Posed to the Vocational Expert

General Issues Unrelated to Establishing Disability

  • § Q 100. Special Insured Status Test for Disability Benefits – In General
  • § Q 110. Special Insured Status Test for Disability Benefits – Variant Applied to Blind Claimants
  • § Q 200. Interplay of DI With Benefits Under Railroad Retirement Act
  • § Q 300. Workers' Compensation Offset
  • § Q 400. Public Pension Offset
  • § Q 500. Interplay of DI with SSI Disability Benefits
  • § Q 600. Interplay of DI With Black Lung Benefits
  • § Q 700. Effect of Claimant's Being Confined to an Institution

Representation by Attorneys and Others

Attorneys Fees Awarded Under Equal Access to Justice Act

  • § T 000. Attorneys Fees Awarded Under Equal Access to Justice Act – In General
  • § T 100. Attorneys Fees Awarded Under Equal Access to Justice Act – Was Agency Action Substantially Justified
  • § T 200. Attorneys Fees Awarded Under Equal Access to Justice Act – Was the Claimant a Prevailing Party
  • § T 300. Attorneys Fees Awarded Under Equal Access to Justice Act – Rate or Amount of Award
  • § T 400. Attorneys Fees Awarded Under Equal Access to Justice Act – Fees for Work Before the Agency
  • § T 500. Attorneys Fees Awarded Under Equal Access to Justice Act – Relationship of EAJA Fee Claims to Claims Under Social Security Act
  • § T 600. Attorneys Fees Awarded Under Equal Access to Justice Act – Was the Claim Timely Filed Following a Final Decision
  • § T 700. Attorneys Fees Awarded Under Equal Access to Justice Act – Class Actions
  • § T 800. Attorneys Fees Awarded Under Equal Access to Justice Act – Reimbursable Expenses

Regulation of Representation by Attorneys and Others Under Social Security Act

  • § U 000. Representation by Attorneys and Others Under Social Security Act – In General
  • § U 100. Fees Paid for Representation Under Social Security Act - Rate or Amount of Fees - In General – Rate or Amount of Fees – In General
  • § U 110. Fees Paid for Representation Under Social Security Act - Rate or Amount of Fees - In General – Rate or Amount of Fees – Special Consideration of Contingent Fee
  • § U 120. Fees Paid for Representation Under Social Security Act - Rate or Amount of Fees - In General – Rate or Amount of Fees – Use of "Lodestar"
  • § U 200. Fees Paid for Representation Under Social Security Act - Rate or Amount of Fees - In General – Past Due Benefits From Which Fees Are Payable
  • § U 300. Fees Paid for Representation Under Social Security Act - Rate or Amount of Fees - In General – Fees for Work Before the Agency
  • § U 400. Fees Paid for Representation Under Social Security Act - Rate or Amount of Fees - In General – Class Actions