When I was awarded. My social security. Benefits Oregon was. Collecting for California advent closed. The case because they got more then the settled. For California reopen it after. Oregon closed it wanting more money they got 8000 they took all ...
No way to determine the facts. Impossible to tell what happened.See question
I just had ssi hearing and believe will be eligable going back 22mths. My households only income is my daughters $976 monthly death benefits. My daughter and I are the only members of our household. Would student earned income exclusion apply?
If you had an attorney represent you, then ask them. When it comes to SSI and income questions, there are too many variables to give you answer in this forum.See question
if someone was receiving Social Security Disability and had Medicare and lost benefits for overpayment, how would this person get their Medicare reinstated as well as the disability benefits?
You will have to appeal the decision to terminate the benefits and prove there is no over payment. Contact your local Social Security office.See question
In February of this year, I without warning suffered a sheared retina in my left eye. I have had 6 various eye procedures to correct the situation & laser surgery on the right eye as a preventative procedure. There are no guarantees this cannot ...
In any social security disability case medical treatment is very important. It does not matter how disabled you are if you do not have medical records to back up your allegations. While it is impossible to tell you if you will get disability, generally the more documented medical problems you have, the better your chances. There are also several other important factors which have a bearing on the success of your case. Your age, your past work experience, and your education. Another, unfortunate fact is that if your case goes to a hearing, depending upon the judge you get, your chances of success can range anywhere from 20% - 90%. That is why it is very important to have an attorney represent you. I always tell my clients, if I take your case I can't guarantee you a win, but if you don't apply, I can guarantee you won't get any benefits.See question
I filled ssi for my daughter. She has chronic tick disorder and she got denied benefits. I need some help.
Find a local attorney who handles these types of cases. Children SSI is difficult and there are a lot of factors that can affect the benefits.See question
My daughter was just approved for her SSI after 10 months of being denied and waiting. They said that since it took them so long and her back pay is over a certain amount that it has to go into a dedicated account and can only be used for things l...
What you can use funds for has nothing to do with how long it takes to get SSI. However, if you get a certain amount of back benefits you must use them for approved expenses. The links provided by the other attorneys are great resources for determining what are approved.See question
Debt. Garnishment is already in place, received request for production of docs & interrogatories. Offered to pay debt in full before garnishment was final, attorney refused. ?
I agree with the above answers. Fair in court proceedings.See question
I was convicted of a felony and due to my disability was ordered for two years of probation and 5 years in a rehab correctional facility, no prison. Can I continue to receive my SSDI benefits?
I would recommend that you call your local Social Security Office and ask them since, as indicated above, it may depend on a number of factors.See question
I got into a bad car accident almost 10 years ago my arm was broken in 3 different places an shatters in all three places my elbo isnt even there anymore nor connected my arm has been basically in a plastic cast this whole time an I've been having...
I agree with Mr. Green. The question involves two different things. Regarding malpractice, each state has its own laws but usually there is a short period of time when you can file such a claim. You should consult a local attorney regarding the malpractice claim.
No matter how many times you are denied social security you can always file a claim. I would consult with a social security attorney and have them evaluate your case.See question
Under disability rules, social security said I could work 20 hrs or under as long as i did not meet the ssa - I had a small 16-20 hr job in non pressure retail but was out sick for 2 days w migraine (which was part of my disability) - because the...
Not sure where you got your information that social security rules allow you to work 20 hours a week while disabled. It is true that if you are able to earn approximately a $1,000 or more a month you would not be considered disabled. However, if you are able to do ANY work, Social Security may interpret that to mean that you could work more and would not be disabled. To qualify and remain on disability, requires that your medical condition prevents you from earning more than $1,000 per month. Not that you choose to only work X number of hours so you won't lose your disability. I have had client's who could only work 15 hours a week but because they were highly skilled, they still made more than $1,000 and therefore not entitled to disability. In any event, I am sure you are personally reporting your earnings to the Social Security Administration as required. Otherwise, you could be subject to fraud prosecution.See question