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When your client's disability comes from a mental impairment, you need a special set of tools to win a Social Security disability claim. This guide will walk you through the Listing of Impairments and the Residual Function Capacity to find the path to qualification through mental illnesses. Learn how to cross-examine vocational witnesses, work with the administrative law judge, and handle other entities of the SSDI claims process to get the best outcome. Order today!
Session Time: 1:00 - 4:15 PM Eastern
Break 2:30 - 2:45
Presenter: Olivia Unger Bort
Alaska Bar members may claim credit for attending CLE programs that have been accredited by other mandatory CLE jurisdictions. This self study program may qualify for up to 3.0 hours of self-study credit, which includes 3.0 hours of VCLE self-study credit under the voluntary CLE Rule of the Alaska Bar Association and 0.0 hours of MECLE ethics self-study under the mandatory ethics continuing legal education CLE Rule.
OLIVIA UNGER BORT is an attorney with Shollenberger Januzzi & Wolfe LLP, in Pennsylvania, practicing in personal injury. Before becoming an associate at Shollenberger Januzzi & Wolfe LLP, Ms. Bort worked for the Department of Public Welfare as a field inspector and workload manager. While working for DPW she completed hundreds of abuse investigations at state licensed and regulated facilities to ensure children and mentally disable individuals were safe and not being neglected or abused. Ms. Bort is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association, the Cumberland County Bar Association, and the Pennsylvania Association of Justice (formerly the Pennsylvania Trial Lawyer Association). She received her B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from Pennsylvania State University and earned her J.D. degree, magna cum laude, from Widener University School of Law.