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Q: What are the Work restrictions on permanent partial disability?
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You have been unable to work for 27 years should you go on permanent disability?

If you are unable to work then you should be on permanent disability if you have no other means of suport.


What are some of the largest work comp settlements?

Deaths and permanent total disability.


What is an occupational injury?

An occupational disability is a disability that is believed to be caused by your employment or job duties. This means that the disability is being considered work-related.


In new york can you collect permanent ssdi and work part time?

Yes it is possible to draw disability and work part time; however there are certain restrictions you need to be aware of. This site may be able to answer some of your questions, http://www.socialsecurity.gov/pubs/10095.html


What is covered by disability insurance?

Disability insurance covers any impairment that is previously unknown to the beneficiary. However, the beneficiary only provides partial wage replacement to workers who are unable to work due to their disability.


Do Georgia employers pay into the social security disability for employees who have been injured out of the work place and will be off of work for 60-90 days?

Social Security Disability requires that you be disabled for a year and that it be a permanent disability and that you cannot do ANY job in the American Economy.


How many hours a week are you allowed to work when you are on disability?

Every state has different labor laws but generally no, most employers require you to be 100% fit(no restrictions) before they will allow you to return to work. EXCEPT, those larger employer subject to ADA must not require that you be 100% fit - but only able to perform the ESSENTIAL functions of your job with or without reasonable accommodation.


Can you receive extra money if you work 40 hours but have a 50 permanent injury for life and cannot get a 2nd job because of the disability?

THE QUESTION ISN'T VERY CLEAR, AND INCLUDES CONTRADICTIONS. If you work 40 hours for an employer, it must pay you for those hours. If you have a 50% disability, you might or might not have restrictions on working: millions of profoundly disabled folks work full-time. Since "50% disabled" folk can work as much as they can tolerate, nothing says such a person could not work overtime for Employer A, or work 40 hours for Employer A, plus part-time or full-time for Employer B. So no program will pay "extra money" to a disabled person based on your scenario. Of course, VA disability continues to pay a disabled vet who works, and workers comp pays for a perm partial disability even if one works. But that has nothing to do with NOT working a second job.


How many hours can you work if you claim disability?

Yes it is possible to draw disability and work part time; however there are certain restrictions you need to be aware of. This site may be able to answer some of your questions, http://www.socialsecurity.gov/pubs/10095.html


Can you work if you are accepting Social Security Disability Insurance?

Yes it is possible to draw disability and work part time; however there are certain restrictions you need to be aware of. This site may be able to answer some of your questions, http://www.socialsecurity.gov/pubs/10095.html


What is the function of disability?

A functional disability limits a person's ability to perform physical activities, have a significant sensory impairment or mental illness, need long-term care, use assistive devices or technology and have developmental delays.


Can you collect SSD if you are partly deaf?

No, because you can only qualify for ssd for a disability in which keeps you from being able to work. most jobs can be performed with partial hearing.