To qualify for disability benefits, you need to have a disability that prevents you from working and earning a substantial income. The Social Security Administration (SSA) has specific criteria that must be met to be eligible for disability benefits.
You need to contact an attorney that focuses on social security disability claims. Whether or not you qualify for these benefits is a fact-specific analysis. You will likely also need to gather medical documentation to show that you are not able to work due to your health issues in order to...View More
Eighty year old mother has been newly diagnosed with muscular distrophy. She is currently collecting social security in retirement (worked until age 75). Is she eligible for Social Security Disability and, if so, does Social Security Disability pay for an assisted living facility or a nursing... View More
How to track this down depends on what what type of funds you believe were left to you. For example, life insurance proceeds are transferred in a different manner than cash in a bank account. If you believe there may be social security dependent benefits owed to you, you may want to go to your...View More
It is possible to apply for a new social security number. One ground to qualify may be if there is a situation of harassment, abuse or life endangerment. You need to complete an application with your local Social Security office and apply in person at your local Social Security office. The...View More
This matter is better handled privately, there is a possibility for a FOIA in your situation. Consult with an immigration attorney in private to handle this problem. If you would like a free consultation feel free to contact my office (323-803-7147).
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