If already reviewed approved and receiving short term disability benefits how can long term disability be denied only because they consider the problem to be pre-existing?
If Long Term Disabilty is denying you because on the date of the claim you were in the pre-x period then it would be forever. When the pre-x time is over - then it would cover a NEW claim. Not a pending one. Check YOUR actual policy for exact details. For more information www.SteveShorr.com/disability.htm
Receiving disability benefits does not make you legally unable to marry. Read More
Social Security disability is approved on a case by case basis. Some people are denied disability the first time they apply. I have a friend who was born with spina bifida who was denied three times. The fourth time he filed his claim he got approved. The process took 3 years before he was approved and began receiving benefits. Read More
No. Evictions have nothing to do with disability. A person can apply for disability benefits from Social Security if he qualifies for it. Read More
There is no restriction on what you can do with your property, while receiving disability insurance benefits. Read More
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If you are receiving long term partial disability benefits and decide to quit your job will you continue to qualify for benefits?
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Does the government confiscate a persons home if that person is on Social Security disability for a certain amount of time?
No. There are no penalties for collecting Social Security benefits for an approved disability. If you are also receiving Supplemental Security Income (SSI), which is a form of welfare, there are restrictions on the assets you can own and still receive benefits, but your home is exempt from that formula. The government will not confiscate your home. Read More
Only if you are receiving Social Security Disability Insurance Benefits. Read More
Your individual disability insurance policy is portable and benefits will not be affected by moving to a different state. If you have disability insurance through your employer, and move in a new state while working for the same employer, benefits will not be changed. However, if you leave your employer, you may lose the disability insurance benefits through a group DI policy. If you are currently disabled and are receiving disability benefits from the state… Read More
If you are asking if the money from disability can be "garnished" like wages the answer is NO. Creditors can't attach social security disability income. Read More
It depends on the type of Social Security benefits the minor receives. Disability benefits would mean he is unable to work. Read More
if I am receiving short term disability and my company is bought out and I need to go on long term disability will I be covered for long term? Read More
People can collect disability for as long as they are considered disabled. If someone is receiving and afraid of losing benefits they should speak with their local SSI about it. Read More
In general, 65; however, Medicare is also available to persons receiving disability Social Security benefits. Read More
You're entitled to VA benefits and service related disability benefits (if applicable), but you won't continue receiving the benefits you received while you were on active duty. Read More
If benefits are for service connected disability then after 61 days of being convicted of a felony benefits will be reduced to $98.00 a month for anyone receiving more then $188.00 and if you received 98.00 then you will receive 49.00 a month. If convicted of a misdemeanor then benefits will not change. Read More
You are supposed to be too disabled to work Read More
Age 65, except for persons receiving Social Security Disability Insurance Benefits. Read More
Sixty-five, or receiving Social Security disability benefits for at least 24 months. Read More
Social security disability or a different type of disability insurance? For SSDI, children of divorced parents are still eligible for benefits regardless of whether the child lives with the parent receiving Social Security benefits or the parents remarry. Read More
You need to prove your disability with a mountain of paperwork from the day it began and so forth. If you have all the forms needed then you make a claim with the V.A. Then the medical benefits kick in if approved afterwords but only for the disability in question. Read More
After receiving full disability benefits, there are certain rules you must follow if you want to go back to work. Those rules are called 'Work Incentives' or 'Employment Support' programs. Unless the terms of the provider of the disability insurance decides otherwise, no. You have to be able, ready, willing and attempting to find full time employment to be eligible for unemployment benefits. Read More
When you are awarded Social Security Disability why do you have to repay a portion of your benefit to the insurance carrier when you paid LTD benefits through your employer with after tax dollars?
There are two circumstances in which you would have to repay benefits once you qualify for Social Security disability benefits: The first is if you own an individual Disability policy that includes a Social Insurance offset benefit. Social Insurance benefits are benefits that the insurance company pays on a disability claim, but will offset dollar-for-dollar with social security benefits. The second is if someone receiving benefits from a group Disability policy is eligible for social… Read More
can a person collect social security benefits and at the same time is also receiving disability benefits from being an employee of the Veterans administration Hospital Read More
When a parent applies for disability for a child and gets approved does the parent and the child receive benefits or just the child?
Only the child. Read More
If you collect private disability then qualify for social security disability can you collect them both My private plan says nothing about social security benefits?
Yes you can. However if your collecting disability benefits from a LTD then they will most likely kick you off once you start receiving your SSDI benefits. However, if you trying to get on SSI, which is income based, you wont be able to collect both. Read More
I am currently on Long Term Disability and Social Security Disability benefits for a chronic illness. Will I be able to continue receiving these benefits if I decide to get pregnant?
Only if the pregnancy has complications and the doctor recommends bed rest or otherwise decides that you can't work. Read More
No. Medicare begins at 65 (earlier if one is receiving Social Security disability benefits). Read More
No. VA disability isn't taxable and you won't get a 1099 for this income. If you are also receiving regular military pension, your 1099-R will only include the taxable portion and will not include your VA disability portion. Read More
Unemployment insurance benefits are not counted under the Social Security annual earnings test and therefore do not affect your receipt of Social Security benefits. Supplemental Security Income and Social Security Disability are different programs and are processed in each their own way, including how they are approved or disapproved as well as requirements for eligibility. http://www.socialsecurityoffices.us/receiving-social-security-and-unemployment-at-the-same-time/ Read More
Legally, yes, but it may be a factor in whether you're approved for Social Security Disability (SSDI). While the Social Security Administration doesn't prohibit people on (SSDI) disability from receiving unemployment checks, state unemployment regulations usually require all unemployment recipients to be willing and able to accept full-time work. This creates a conflict, because you're generally not eligible for Social Security disability benefits if you're capable of full-time work. For more information, see Related Questions… Read More
If you are receiving benefits from Social Security Disability Insurance, your moving will not affect the reception of benefits at all. Make sure to alert your Security office of your change of address so that you continue to receive correspondence from Social Security and your checks as well. If you are receiving benefits from Supplemental Security Insurance, moving could change the amount you receive in benefits, and it can also alter your eligibility to receive… Read More
Disability benefits are government benefits which are provided for people who have an ailment classified as a disability under the Americans with Disabilities act. Read More
it depends, how bad is the asthma? the eneral rule for receiving ssd (social security disability) benefits is that the illness or disease is what stops you from being able to work. Read More
No. However, disability income may exceed the standard in the person's State. In such a case, the person will have a spend-down to meet before qualifying for Medicaid. Read More
The disability has to be 'approved' by a panel of people, one or several of which could be medical doctors. Just because you or your employer have a 'plan' that includes disability payments doesn't mean that payments are automatically given for an injury. There is most likely a time limit imposed for such payments. Read More
There are disability benefits for people that might be facing problems with their health. There are also disability benefits for people with mental problems as well. Read More
If you are receiving short-term disability income benefits and you decide to quit your job will you have to reimburse your employer for the percentage of your income you received during your leave?
No. But they can't claim themselves if they file. No. But they can't claim themselves if they file. Read More
Persons over 65 who have 40 quarters of credit for Social Security contributions, or receiving disability Social Security benefits. Read More
Children of those who receive Social Security Disability Benefits may be entitled to a small monthly benefit amount. Benefits would be paid only if the claimant is considered SSDI or Title II. Those who receive benefits from SSI or Title XVI do not qualify. Read More
You may apply for Social Security Disability Benefits. They will then determine whether or not you are qualified. Just because you are currently out of work certainly does not mean that you are qualified. If you were just working fairly recently, I can tell you that you will probably be denied. Read More
If you file for unemployment and are not able to work, then you will be ineligible for benefits. However, if you are currently receiving benefits and become disabled, then yes...you would be flagged in their system to continue with benefits. It is a process because once you notify them of your disability, then your benefits will be placed on hold, you will be sent medical documentation for your Doctor to fill out, and return. The… Read More
If you're referring to private disability insurance, then your disability insurance contract will spell out the terms.If you're referring to Social Security then the current amount you can earn and still collect benefits is about $1000 per month. Read More
You would know if you retired from the Navy. If you were discharged for a disability, you would be receiving disability pay. If you retired after 20 years, you would get a pension. There are benefits for all veterans, but they don't include a pension. Read More
the diff here is dis benefits are the same as getting socal sec benefits. dis pay more because of some kind of injury /not able to work. If the person is a child then they would get the payments up to not in school any more or over I think 16 Read More