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Who is eligible for disability?
A doctor (preferrably the on who did the pacemaker surgury) is the only person that can make a determination that you are partially, or temporarily, or permanently disabled.
can my daughter who is 18 with bi polar collect disability. she has a hard time in school also working.
only if your school district participates in the state plan.
Only in the event they are physically or mentally disabled.
A person that is illegally living and working in the United States should not be able to receive Disability benefits. Insurance Companies will require citizenship in…formation when someone applies for a disability insurance policy. You must either be a US citizen or have some type of visa that indicates your intent of relocating and establishing your life in the US. Therefore, a person living in the US and working illegally can not receive benefits from an individual or group plan. Social Security disability benefits are partially impacted by the number of years a person has been working and how much has been paid toward Social security disability throughout his/her working years. If the person is illegally working in the US, the chances are they do not have a Social Security number and are not contributing or even registered with the US Social Security Administration.
It depends on why you are taking leave, and if you have short term disability coverage in force. Illinois does not have state mandated disability coverage so you would need to… have a policy already in place. Short term disability will cover your disability, but will not pay benefits if you are taking leave to care for a family member.
Yes, after 24 months.
The individual must be "permanently and totally" disabled as defined by Social Security regulations - i.e., have a physical and/or mental impairment(s) that make it impossible… to perform any work that s/he would qualify for based on age, education and experience.
yes, but it has to fulfill ALL 3 of the criteria over a certain percentage.
No, I came across multiple stories on the web of people being denied such claims.
Is a person in methadone maintenance and positive for hep c and bipolar eligible for disability benefits?
If you are bipolar and unable to hold down a job you can apply for disability,but if you take drugs or are recovering from drugs,I dont see any disability there...
Although the process can be long and tedious, dependent on what State you live in, you may be eligible for disability due to a panic disorder. The first step is to discuss thi…s with your Doctor who will be able to guide you through the process.
Check with your local jurisdiction. You may be eligible for other assistance, such as food stamps and Section 8 housing.
Individuals eligible for Social Security Disability insurance must fit several criteria from the Social Security Administration. Any qualifier must be able to prove to the SSA… that they are permanently disabled or disabled for a period that lasts more than 12 calendar months. The condition must also prevent the claimant from performing tasks required for employment.
You're eligible to receive a disability living allowance if you are under the age of 65. In order to receive a disability living allowance you must have walking difficulties o…r you need help looking after yourself. You need to have had the following difficulties for 3 months and you expect to have them for at least 6 months. You're also eligible for a disability living allowance if you have a progressive disease and do not expect to live more than 6 months.