PA350 Social Security Disability Law Unit 2 assignment Doug Kaye_REVISEDv2

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YES NO YES NO Less than 10 lbs 10 lbs 25 lbs 50 lbs. or more Other YES NO YES NO (Complete the next 3 items.) (Skip to the last question on this page.) Walk? YES Stand? YES Sit? YES Climb? YES Kneel? YES Crouch? YES Crawl? YES Handle, grab or grasp big objects? YES
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PA350 Social Security Disability Law Unit 2 Assignment 4 4 Reach? YES Write, type or handle small objects? YES Hour Day Week Month Year 50 TO 60 HOURS A WEEK Form SSA-3369-BK (2-2008) ef (04-2008) (Bend down and forward at waist) YES (Bend legs to rest on knees) YES (Bend legs & back down & forward) YES (Move on hands & knees) YES Rate of Pay $750,000 ANNUALLY Give us more information about Job No. 2 listed on Page 1. Estimate hours and pay, if you need to. NOT APPLICABLE, CLAIMANT WAS A STUDENT PRIOR TO WORKING CAREER. PAGE 3 Hours per day Days per week JOB TITLE NO. 2 In this job, did you: Use machines, tools or equipment? Yes, golf clubs and golf carts Use technical knowledge or skills? yes, specific clubs are used for specific shots. I needed to recommend and provide knowledge to individuals seeking to play at a Professional Golfers level. Do any writing, complete reports, or perform duties like this? yes, score keeping and tournament placement information. Averages and game positioning for students. Per (Check One) Describe this job. What did you do all day? (If you need more space, write in the"Remarks" section.) During an average tournament, the claimant would play through an entire 18 hole golf course which includes walking, running, bending, kneeling, standing and swinging various golf clubs for 4 to 6 hours. Demonstrate the proper methods and procedures for playing golf. In this job , how many total hours each day did you: Lifting and Carrying (Explain what you lifted, how far you carried it, and how often you did this.) Check the heaviest weight lifted: The claimant would have to carry a golf bag that weighs approximately 40 pounds from each hole of the golfcourse or an estimated 1 to 2 blocks. Were you a lead worker? Yes How many people did you supervise? none Did you hire and fire employees? no What part of your time was spent supervising people? none Did you supervise other people in this job? no Check weight you frequently lifted: (By frequently, we mean from 1/3 to 2/3 of the workday.) YES NO 25 TO 50 POUNDS ON AN AVERAGE WORKDAY. YES NO YES NO Less than 10 lbs 10 lbs 25 lbs 50 lbs. or more Other
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PA350 Social Security Disability Law Unit 2 Assignment 5 5 YES NO YES NO (Complete the next 3 items.) (Skip to the last question on this page.) Walk? YES Stand? YES Sit? YES Climb? YES Kneel? YES Crouch? YES Crawl? YES Handle, grab or grasp big objects? YES Reach? YES Write, type or handle small objects? YES Hour Day Week Month Year 50 TO 60 HOURS A WEEK Form SSA-3369-BK (2-2008) ef (04-2008) (Bend down and forward at waist) YES (Bend legs to rest on knees) YES (Bend legs & back down & forward) YES (Move on hands & knees) YES Rate of Pay $50,000 ANNUALLY JOB TITLE NO. 3 In this job, did you: Use machines, tools or equipment? Yes, golf clubs and golf carts Use technical knowledge or skills? yes, specific clubs are used for specific shots and provide maintenance to said equipment for the assigned golf player.
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