Yes, up to 18 years retroactive.
Hi~ It is my very recent personal experience that you will not be successful in receiving benefits for your new injury. They will jump on the opinion that this is a pre-existing condition. But STILL file your claim as quickly as possible! (Hopefully you either had witnesses to the injury or it occured just days or hours ago....)
1 year = 12 months 2 years = 2 x 12 = 24 months. Number of payments in a month = 2 Number of payments in 2 years or 24 months = 2 x 24 =48 payments.
Between 7 and 10 years
That would depend on the specifics of the divorce decree. Any benefits and payments would have been split up at that time.
yes..... a doctor can collect a debt for more than 2 years
Credit cards are considered Open Ended accounts. In Virginia, they have three years in which to collect or bring suit, or receive re-validation of the debt through payments or other acknowledgement.
Your state's child support agency will be in charge of collecting any child support arrears up to the time when those arrears are satisfied.
No, You can not collect if you haven't put any money into "the System" in three years. Come on now lol.