A: Maybe. Probably not. You will want to talk with your tax accountant, your combined family income must be considered as well as other factors.
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A: Maybe. First you must be under the income and resource levels they require. Children’s standard for disability is different than adults and therefore many firms do not take children’s’ cases, but I do.
A: That would be too easy; there are many different standards of disability. Your doctor’s opinion of total disability may not meet the criteria that Social Security requires.
A: Social Security does continuing disability reviews from time to time. A Judge may have suggested your condition should be reviewed in as little as one year. Expect in about three years they will ask you for a list of your current doctors and other information. You do not need to get your records, they […]
Q: I started an application then returned to work for a while. Do I have to start my application all over?
A: I can’t tell you how many times that I’ve “reopened” prior applications for people who have done just that. Of course, there are guidelines and restrictions in this, however, there could be substantial benefits to be gained if you are able to do it.
A: Believe it or not, totally disabled is not always totally disabled. If you are on SSD you are able to earn up to certain amount without losing your benefits. The government also allows you to work for a certain amount of time without earning in excess of that amount before you are taken off […]
A: There are a number or possible reasons. Considerations are age, education, documented medical records and doctor’s opinion, the list is endless. It could just be that your friend had me represent her.
A: People do this, and I have represented many people at different stages of their claim. Sometimes, there is unrecoverable loss of benefits because the claimant erred being unaware of the consequences of their actions, or not knowing what the issue was. The real question here is how important is this to you.