I stopped receiving worker’s compensation about a year and a half ago but social security is telling me that I’m receiving it still and they never removed me from their system. That is affecting my social security case. What can I do to correct this?
You should contact your local Social Security office to provide them with documentation showing that your worker's compensation benefits have ceased. They will need this information to update their records and resolve the discrepancy affecting your Social Security case. It's important to...View More
The Social Security Office contacted me and informed me that they've backdated my application from 2015 to 2019 due to my ongoing struggle with ADHD, which has significantly impacted my ability to work since late 2018. Unfortunately, my current living situation has made it financially... View More
Whether an attorney will take your Social Security Disability case depends on various factors, including the strength of your medical and supporting evidence, the severity of your condition, and the specific circumstances of your case. While the lack of recent medical treatment can present...View More
If your son is going to live outside of the US for more than one year, you will need to cancel his SSDI benefits. You can do this by filing a Request to Suspend Benefits form with the SSA. You will not have to pay back any benefits that your son has received prior to the suspension of benefits. If...View More
Knowing the rules Social Security uses regarding work credits and insured status should help you. The number of work credits you need for SSDI disability benefits depends on how old you are when your disability began, so your alleged onset of disability can make a difference. For example, if you...View More
I settle a workers comp case for 2015 with an indemnity and now the social security benefits being reduced due to the offset effective date of March, 2023 I was never aware that this had being a computer decision for group A when it should have been Group B this was an social security
I file an appeal and went before a judge for an overpayment and got a favorable outcome since September of 2022 nothing has been done to fix the account it's still showing as pending with a waiver or appeal pending on account.
If you have received a favorable decision from the Social Security Administration (SSA) in regards to an overpayment, but they have not taken any action to fix the account, there are several steps you can take to address the issue.
Firstly, you can try to contact the SSA by phone or in...View More
My grandmother is getting SSI and recently my grandfather passed away who had life insurance. I have been paying for the life insurance for the past 20+ years. Now the check came in on my grandmother's name.
If she put this into her account would she loose her SSI payments? Would I... View More
Life insurance proceeds are generally not counted as income for SSI purposes, so your grandmother's SSI payments would not be affected by the life insurance payout. However, if your grandmother's total resources (including the life insurance payout) exceed the SSI resource limits, then...View More
My CDR was denied in 8/2019. A notice of overpayment was issued. I filed a waiver in 12/2019. The overpayment was a result of the denial and I rec'd TANF at the time. They approved my waiver in 4/2020. I (unfortunately) discarded all docs at that time. Between then and 10/2021, I may have been... View More
Whether or not you can receive disability benefits for a 24% MMI on your back at 53 years old will depend on several factors, including the severity of your condition, your ability to perform any work, and the number of work credits you have accumulated.
If you need assistance in getting Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) for your children, you may want to consider contacting a disability lawyer who has experience with SSDI claims. A disability lawyer can help you navigate the complex process of applying for SSDI benefits and can provide...View More
I'm in PA, and practice in the tri-state area, and in my jurisdiction, social security income, like wages, are exempt from execution/garnishment by judgment creditors. But there is a statutory procedure.
First, the creditor needs to know, or guess correctly, about the identity of your...View More
It depends on the laws in your state and the specific circumstances of your case. In Florida, certain types of income, including Social Security Disability (SSDI), are exempt from garnishment. This means that a judgment creditor cannot levy your bank account if it contains only exempt funds, such...View More
If I’m unable to work because I’m disabled. Can the mother of my child sue me for money even if I have medical evidence? I just gave the court my documents files for proof but the mother of my child is still pursuing a lawsuit to give her money when I can not work at all.
File a modification on child support to adjust your payment while you are in that situation. Do your best to get a job when you can so you can still support your child. It is every parent's responsibility to provide for their children.
Talk to your attorney to know how best to proceed.
Contact your local Legal Services office that serves indigent persons. You appear to be writing from Vero Beach, in which case you could try Florida Rural Legal Services. Website: https://www.frls.org Tel. 888-582-3410.
The best place to find out about the evidence requirements to obtain a Social Security number and card is at 20 CFR 422.107. See https://www.ssa.gov/OP_Home/cfr20/422/422-0107.htm. To obtain an original Social Security number card, you must submit convincing evidence of:
The executrix, his adult cousins, have repeatedly refused reasonable requests for access to those funds (for legitimate expenses) since 2014. During that year his father passed and he needed living expenses and medical services. In 2020 to present they have repeatedly refused to relinquish any... View More
Florida Statutes Section 736.0813 sets forth some of the information that beneficiaries of Florida trusts are entitled to receive. You can read it here: http://www.leg.state.fl.us/statutes/index.cfm?App_mode=Display_Statute&Search_String=&URL=0700-0799/0736/Sections/0736.0813.html . In any...View More
There is no restriction about a beneficiary being married to the person who is their representative payee. In fact, Social Security prefers to appoint a responsible relative, friend, or other interested party to serve as a representative payee, then they consider others, such as an organization to...View More
The risk that someone will do something wrongful with your number and damage you monetarily is slight; unless you can prove money damages, no. And anyway, redaction is the responsibility of the clerk of court as well as the plaintiff.
I’m not sure what you are asking. Did you file an appeal and this is the in the appeal decision? Or are you looking for someone to file an appeal for you based on legal errors in a decision? If you can provide more information about your situation then I may be able to provide you with an answer...View More
Does what count? If you don't "take any income from" the company (assuming by "company" you mean a corporation), it might not count as income. On the other hand, if it is a sole proprietorship or one-member LLC, mere failure to transfer the money from the company bank...View More
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