No because you have to be able to work
Not unless your disability is expected to last one year or longer. You can try to apply for Social Security disability, because you won't qualify for individual or workplace disability insurance while disabled.
I believe there are ways to make additional income when on disability. You will have to find out the maximum amount your allowed to make while on disability. You are permitted to make up to a certain amount in addition to the amount disability pays you.
Sure. But Social Security eligibility requires that your disability be "permanent and total."
Probably not, because you are receiving the disability benefit BECAUSE you cannot work. If your state has different rules it's best to confer with them as to exceptions.
If you are able to work you are not eligible for disability benefits.
While it is a disability, it is not normally classified as such for purposes of Disability Laws.
Disability benefits are received if you are unable to work. Unemployment is paid if you are able to work and actively searching for employment. These two definitions are contradictory, so you won't be able to legally collect disability benefits and unemployment.
You are supposed to be too disabled to work
no i believe not because they believe you are a hundred percent or able to work so you stop getting your funding
No, if you have a long term disability then you are not eligible for unemployment. That is why on unemployment claims they ask, "Are you able to work?" If you are disabled and not able to work then you do not qualify for unemployment.
Short term disability pay benefits if you are unable to work at your full time occupation. It does not prevent you from attending class.
Yes, if you are unable to work. ANSWER: Actually, if you are currently UNABLE to work, you can NOT apply for disability INSURANCE. You have to be actively at work to get insurance for disability.
No. I was recently laid off while on disability. The law in Texas says you have to be able to physically be able to work so if you are on disability you can't work. This is NOT correct! Social Security Disability allows you to work even if you are 100% disabled! They limit how much you can earn. (Your unemployment income will NOT reduce your disability payment because SS does not consider it to be employment income!)
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if you are fired while on disability can you collect unemployment?
Because of is "due to". In some instances you could substitute with.Because of my disability, I can't work.Due to my disability, I can't work.With my disability, I can't work.
In order to collect unemployment benefits, you must be physically able to work. In order to get disability benefits, you must NOT be able to work. So you can't have it both ways.
To collect unemployment you have to be actively seeking work and able to do the work. Receiving Social Security Disability implies you may not be able to either, so probably not.
There is no restriction on what you can do with your property, while receiving disability insurance benefits.
Yes, there is a limit as to how much you may earn, but the disability is based upon your inability to earn at your previous level.
Having 100% disability is only gotten if it's proven you are unable to work. If you work while receiving the benefit, they may charge you with fraud, so it's not worth it. Better to show them you're able to work, remove yourself from the benefit and be safe. Now, having said that, if the agency paying you the benefit says you can do some types of work, given your particular disability, at least then you can do so with their knowledge and blessings.