Q: What should I do
I went into a nursing home right after hip surgery for less than a month. Well no one at social security office changed my address and now they are deducting a yrs worth out of my check because they claim I was in a nursing home a yr. I was in only for 24 days. So I told them well one agent said that the one state didnt do something on there and. So I go into that office and I told them. Well they say everything here looks ok and there's nothing there to do. Well time goes bye I get a letter of overpayment from being in nursing home a yr. Well I call nc they tell me va hasn't done there and. So what do I do. Also during me falsely staying in nursing home my lawyer made a deal with my disability to settle a payment with disability from my settlement from 2009 till now. Did my false staying in a nursing home for a yr have outcome to what I paid them. Could i get just a little more money.
A: Keep talking to SSA. Attorneys frequently work out deals for payment, and later SSA changes things on them. In this case, it sounds like if you get paid for the missing year, your attorney might actually get more money. I would at least discuss the situation with your attorney to find out what they are thinking. If SSA skipped paying you for a year, you should eventually be able to prove it and get the funds.
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