I am 66 years old, and I applied for former spousal benefits in July of 2021. Neither him or I ever remarried. We both live in the state of Texas. My application was denied on 10/15/21, and I formerly appealed the decision on 11/20/21. That appeal was officially denied at the end of January of this... Read more »
answered on Mar 15, 2023
I'm sorry to hear that your former spousal benefits application was denied and your appeal was also denied. Here are some steps you can take to seek assistance with the Social Security appeal process:
Contact the Social Security Administration (SSA): You can contact the SSA by phone or... Read more »
answered on Mar 4, 2023
If your anxiety disorder prevents you from holding a job and has been diagnosed by a doctor, you may be eligible for disability benefits. However, the Social Security Administration (SSA) has strict eligibility criteria for disability benefits, including a requirement that your condition must be... Read more »
the claims sent to my adjuster? Without my knowledge, my doctor started filing on my medicare when W.C. stopped paying him, almost 2 years ago. I called my adjuster & she said if he had listed the correct compensable injuries (L. foot (CRPS), Neck, Rt. shoulder) he would have been paid. Today I... Read more »
answered on Mar 4, 2023
It is possible that your workers' compensation case could be closed if the wrong compensable injury was used on the claims sent to your adjuster. However, this would typically require some sort of legal action, such as a hearing or settlement agreement, which would likely involve notification... Read more »
I started receiving SSI survivor benefits last year when I was 17. So, every payment was put in my grandmother’s name and also given to her but she always let me spend it on what I needed so that’s not the problem. The problem is when I started receiving these benefits, I got a lump sum as well... Read more »
answered on Mar 2, 2023
You may be able to get your lump sum payment by contacting the Social Security Administration (SSA) and explaining the situation. It is possible that they can help you by transferring the money into an account in your name. However, the process may require some documentation to prove that you are... Read more »
Under my name without my consent while a credit freeze was placed in credit reports?
answered on Feb 23, 2023
Absolutely . But it may not be necessary.
Send the leasing company a letter demanding that it acknowledge that it allowed some to open a lease in your name without your consent and cc the landlord on that lease. Detail the evidence you have that the leasing company knew it wasn’t you... Read more »
I have never gotten an ID, only have a photocopy of my birth certificate which isn't even valid to help me get my ID, and I've never had a Social Security card either. I know my number though. My dad isn't on my birth certificate but he wouldn't even bother to help, and my mom... Read more »
answered on Jan 21, 2023
As a 22 year old adult with the information you have, you can order as many certified copies of your birth certificate as you’d like and can order a replacement social security card.
These are relatively simple tasks and do not require your parents’ assistance.
answered on Dec 19, 2022
The owner of the storage yard has to contact the owner of the RV before anything be done with the RV
He wouldn't let me work to much wanted me home raising kids very mental, emotional an physical abuse he worked for 27 yrs an now recieves SSI an I think he should have to pay me spousal support.. my youngest son recieves ssi off him but I don't recieve nothing an he doesn't want me... Read more »
answered on Dec 15, 2022
You need to find a job. If he is on SSI you will have a difficult time getting spousal support,
He was in jail and now cannot get any help . Food stamps, disability. Was electrocuted on the job- injuries to
answered on Nov 12, 2022
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for your painful situation. Reach out to Social Security disability attorneys and try to arrange a free initial consult. That's the norm in the industry. I hope things turn around for the better... Read more »
Had back surgery 10 years ago and I don’t feel I can continue in the same field of work that I have the most experience/knowledge in.(manufacturing, metal fabricator)
answered on Aug 29, 2022
A social security disability attorney could advise best, but you await a response for two weeks. I'm not sure if you'll readily find a pro bono social security disability attorney. You could search online. But you could also consider reaching out to attorneys to try to arrange a free... Read more »
I made $20,000+yr for years until my health decline making my income drop significantly. I applied for benefits and I have been given misinformation, denied continuously,lied to, told my condition is not as severe as I think I is, have errors in case file, and more but yet has conditions and... Read more »
answered on Jun 26, 2022
You haven’t provided enough information for anyone to tell you if you have a good case or not. You also aren’t clear about whether you are wanting to obtain disability benefits or sue the SSA for discrimination. If you have already provided detailed information to several lawyers and they have... Read more »
Im 36 born with lung agenesis aka only one lung, I have severe mental health issues, I have the required amount of work credits and my ICD 10 code Q33.3 is nationally covered under the Americans with disabilities act but the ssa says that my condition is not as severe as I think it is. The... Read more »
answered on May 8, 2022
You can read the regulations related to Social Security regulations to see how Social Security considers claims for disability benefits. SSA is making a decision as to whether your medical issues are so severe that they prevent you from doing all work that exists in the national economy. The ICD 10... Read more »
answered on Apr 27, 2022
Yes, it is usually better to hire an experienced disability attorney to help you with your SSDI claim because the administrative process can be complex. Social Security does not approve many cases at the initial level and many people have to appeal their claim. Data has shown that your chances of... Read more »
answered on Apr 20, 2022
Yes, you can do a some work and still get SSDI benefits. The Social Security encourages work activity and there are special program rules and work incentives that help you try to return to work while still receiving monthly disability payments. Impairment-related work expenses, items or services... Read more »
answered on Mar 9, 2022
You don't mention what type of case you are asking about. If it is a claim for service-connected compensation, I or another attorney can review your case and no attorney can charge you for that. The same is true for a Social Security disability claim. An attorney can discuss the case with you,... Read more »
Married for domestic violence. I got arrested for domestic violence in2018 .get out on bond and Covid hits.i get a warrant for not reporting to bail bonds.they drop aggregate assault and got me on a continuous family violence. My mom bond's me out.well my mom died Sept 22. I haven't... Read more »
answered on Feb 1, 2022
What to do depends on which jurisdiction the case was filed in. You should hire a criminal defense attorney who takes cases in the county where your case is pending and you should follow that attorney's advice about how to clear the warrant and defend the case.
I’ve submitted a petition to the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals but they want it wrote in different format, HELP
They gave Social Security to a White individual and not me and that’s discrimination,
The windfall law was removed in 1983, the Railroad Retirement Board gives... Read more »
answered on Oct 30, 2021
You are not going to find a lawyer who will just reformat your pleadings. I also do not think you need a lawyer who handles Social Security cases.
From your question I think you are suing Social Security for discrimination. If so, you need to find and hire a lawyer who handles federal... Read more »
MD would not release me for f/t work. Am RN.
Neuropsychiatrist eval established disability.
58 yo white female.
Offered PART-TIME transcription work (16 hr/wk).
Would be <1260/month.
Can't lose SSDI. Would this jeopardize it?
answered on Sep 21, 2021
Part-time work can be considered substantial gainful employment by the Social Security Administration. It makes no difference that you would be putting the money into a retirement account. SSA rules would still classify this as income and would need to be reported to SSA even if it is not taxable... Read more »
Can it disqualify me from receiving benefits?
answered on Sep 20, 2021
The SSA Disability determination will be based on your ability to show up and do full time work. Your actual income has little to do with the equation. Sometimes there are exceptions based on you getting paid more than you are able to earn due to a generous employer that is aware of your... Read more »
answered on Jul 29, 2021
If your husband is incarcerated for more than 30 continuous days,, his SSDI benefits will be suspended and only the auxiliary benefits to you as his spouse and his children will continue as long as they meet the eligibility requirement. Knowing this, hopefully you can work out what you need to do... Read more »
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