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Age (younger Person) Younger Person—if an individual is under age 50, the regulations provide that generally SSA does not consider that the individual’s age will seriously affect the ability to adapt to new work situations. It is only when an individual is illiterate and age 45 through 49 that age affects the ability to adapt to new work situations for those under age 50.
Age (person Approaching Advanced Age) Person Approaching Advanced Age—if an individual is closely approaching advanced age (50-54), SSA will consider age along with a severe impairment and limited work experience as possibly seriously affecting an individual’s ability to adapt to a significant number of jobs in the national economy.
Age (person Of Advanced Age) Person of Advanced Age—SSA considers advanced age (55-59) to be the point at which age significantly affects a person’s ability to engage in substantial gainful activity. If an individual is severely impaired, of advanced age, and cannot do at least medium work, he/she may be found disabled unless the individual has skills that can be used in (transferred to) less demanding jobs that exist in significant numbers in the national economy.
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Fraser Stryker PC LLO
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Husch Blackwell LLP
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Aviation Law

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Vicki joined Husch Blackwell in 2007. She serves as primary counsel representing clients in state and federal court and before arbitration panels in numerous complex commercial and business litigation disputes. She has advised clients in securities litigation matters, products liability cases and trademark and copyright infringement cases. In addition, Vicki has represented clients in cases involving breach of contract, defamation, employment discrimination, non-compete clauses and trade practi
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Husch Blackwell LLP
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John represents clients in the firm's Securities Corporate Governance, Private Investment Funds and Mergers Acquisitions areas, among others. In his practice, he provides counsel to registered open and closed-end funds, unregistered investment vehicles, their sponsors and advisers, and assists investment advisers with structuring and registering and with ongoing regulatory compliance matters. John also assists public companies with reporting and compliance obligations under the Securities Excha
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Husch Blackwell LLP
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Intellectual Property

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Henry concentrates his practice in the areas of labor and employment, business litigation and intellectual property. In his litigation practice, Henry has represented clients in state and federal court and before government agencies in cases involving claims of breach of contract, complex business disputes, products liability, employment discrimination, securities fraud, patent, trademark and copyright infringement, unfair competition, defamation, premises liability, eminent domain and governme
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In 2009, 8% of children under 18 years of age were uninsured at the time of interview. Between 2000 and 2009, among children in families with income just above the poverty level (100%–199% of poverty), the percentage uninsured dropped from 22% to 12%, whereas the percentage with coverage through Medicaid or CHIP increased from 28% to 54%.
Center for Disease Control and Prevention
Life expectancy is a measure often used to gauge the overall health of a population. As a summary measure of mortality, life expectancy represents the average number of years of life that could be expected if current death rates were to remain constant. Shifts in life expectancy are often used to describe trends in mortality. Life expectancy at birth is strongly influenced by infant and child mortality.
Center for Disease Control and Prevention
From 1980 through 2007, life expectancy at birth in the United States increased from 70 years to 75 years for men and from 77 years to 80 years for women. Women have had longer life expectancy at birth in all decennial periods since 1900–1902, with white females having the longest life expectancy.
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