Hurt on part time job. Does Workman Comp effect S S benefit I now draw? I am now 77,was 76 when I got hurt. I will soon get a lump payment from W C . I did draw weekly payments for 3 months.
Depending on the type of benefits you receive a lump sum payment may have an effect on your benefits. As each person's situation is different, I suggest you contact an attorney to discuss your specific situation more in depth.
You really should contact an attorney, and/or Social Security, to get the best answer. We don't have enough information to give you a definitive answer here. Best of luck to you.
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It depends upon the type of social security benefits that you are receiving. Your best bet is to ask your local social security office.
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