If they were on it in the past, it would depend on what the problem was, if it cleared up and what the current job and income were. If the person was still on Disability - I don't see any way they would qualify. No earned income to protect and 100% certaintly of a claim.
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Disability discrimination is when someone discriminates against someone else because of a disability they have.
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.
To receive social security disability for post traumatic stress disorder, it could vary from state to state. To find out if your eligible for social security disability, you should first contact your local social security services.
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Not until you reach the age of 64.5 years of age. If you are not qualified to receive Medicare disability benefits then you will not going to get them. Making a claim on someone else's is based on death of another individual.
Someone confined to a wheelchair usually has a physical disability.
No, there is not disability for just someone that is short. If the short person has a medical problem, they may qualify for disability.
There are only a couple factors that would affect your disability benefits. It depends on when you were injured and how you were compensated for the injuries that occured. Your best bet is to contact the Social Security office and ask to speak to someone there about your current situation.
If you are in the USA and you already have a job, you may be eligible for unpaid leave under the FMLA, if you're a full-time, or close to full-time, worker. If your condition is a disability, your employer may have to provide you with a reasonable accommodation to enable you to your job. For these questions, check with a manager or a HR representative. If you are completely disabled and cannot work, you may be eligible for disability benefits from the government. You can check with a lawyer, a social worker, or someone in government.
This information would have to come from the payer of the disability insurance amounts.
If the Nystagmus condition this person has is severe enough, then yes they can qualify for Disability benefits. However it is not the simple fact of having Nystagmus that will enable them to receive Disability benefits.Disability insurance companies and Social Security disability do not look at the specific condition a claimant has, but more so the effect this condition has on the person's ability to work. Disability insurance will only pay benefits when a person is prevented from working due to an illness or injury.Therefore, if the Nystagmus prevents a person from being able to work, then depending on the Disability insurance policy they have, there is a good chance they can qualify for benefits. If the Nystagmus causes does not prevent the person from being able to work, then they will not be eligible for benefits.
A "severe" disability is one that has a huge impact on how someone gets by day to day. This could be through a physical disability, a mental impairment or an acute illness. When classing disability, its with regard to needing more help than someone of the same age without a disability. So to have a severe disability, you need a large amount of support and assistance.
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.
Answer When someone has an acquired disability it means they have received the disability as a result of an accident such as a car accident. A physical injury of some kind has created their disability. A developmental disability is when there is a genetic problem of some sort that creates the disability rather than the person receiving a disability as a result of being injured.
nope ive tried
In the United Kingdom a woman is eligible for pension at the age of 60 and a man is eligible at the age of 65 by the year 2021 the eligible age will be 66 years of age.
Someone in jail is not eligible for unemployment. To be eligible for unemployment a person must be able and available to seek and accept immediate full time work. If you are in jail and are offered a job, you are not able to start immediately, therefore not eligible.
Eligible means that someone is qualified to do something, such as hold a certain position, or that a person is available for marriage.
a politician that is currently in office, the challenger is someone who is looking to win the position that the incumbent is currently occupying. a politician that is currently in office, the challenger is someone who is looking to win the position that the incumbent is currently occupying. a politician that is currently in office, the challenger is someone who is looking to win the position that the incumbent is currently occupying.
1-h is the "default" status and means that you are not eligible for processing because no one is being drafted currently. If a draft became necessary you would be eligible to be drafted. This would occur in time of war and/or when there are not enough people volunteering to serve in the military.
No. I'm afraid it doesn't. It might help by having someone to rely on and talk to and be there for you but it cant physically stop your disability. It also depends on the disability. Is it physical or mental? Hope i helped :)
You have to be someone that is at least 62.
Someone can apply for physical disability insurance through a state agency by going to the SSA website. If the person meets the application's requirements, they can get insurance.
if you know someone who owes income taxes and never paid you, and is receive disability can you take his disability?