I purchased a new set of LG washer and dryer in March 2016 from Home Depot. I bought the extended protection plan with them. The washer ruined a lot of my clothes and towels. They're only wanting to reimburse $250. Can I get more? Could this be a class action?
My husband and I are partners in a business. He is considering retiring in January. He is 62. I am 49. I will become the sole owner of the company. Can he "volunteer" his services for my company after he retires and keep his full SS payments? Is there a limit on how much he can
Withhold all of her check till the whole 67,000 is paid in full! Because they fill like I owe them because I went back to SSA office which I had been getting my SSA office and was told by the men I remember seeing in that court room the day the order was ruled and he said that that judge does... Read more »
Not clear what is going on. A good place to start is with the Legal Services office if you didn't have an attorney in Federal Court. Overpayments can be waived or modified if "against equity and good conscience." Generally Social Security benefits aren't subject to...Read more »
I came to the U.S. in 2005 as a 6 year old with my grandfather. I passed both checkpoints, undocumented, with approval from the officers that checked us. The officers just asked what my relationship to my grandfather was and once my grandfather answered I'm his granddaughter they let us... Read more »
And also put in order I was to pay back 200.a month on the 1 of every till paid off no more are no less when I begins getting ss beenfits on mydecest vet husband I received itfor 11 month then it stoped i went to ssa office and was told that that federal judge had no right to tell tell SSA how... Read more »
My injury is a fractured foot with torn ligaments/tendons and 5 herniated cervical discs. When Medicare started in July 2016, I scheduled the corrective surgery on my foot and am still recovering. I will have to go through physical therapy and rehab for strengthening and weight bearing. I still... Read more »
You have to appeal the Long term Disabiltiy cut off. Not sure why medicare isn't covering you--a good Medicare B would mean no deductibles. As to your auto, check and make sure that when you bought it you didn't purchase disability coverage. Even if you are sure you didn't, it...Read more »
I'm in Texas my Injury date 10/30/2008 I been told the end of my Workcomp is 7/11/2016 is that right ?so I can get now workers compensation (WC) termination letter or document to Social Security can you tel me how I get it ?? I have the form from social security
You need to contact an attorney who handles workers compensation. However, getting workers compensation doesn't mean no social security--it just means there is an offset, or reduced benefit. I f that is your situation, you need to contact whoever the company is that handled the claim. They...Read more »
Obtaining disability benefits is a long and tough road. Many claimants are denied twice before going to a hearing. Some are denied at hearings and beyond. If you have not yet reached the hearing stage, I highly recommend hiring an attorney who specializes in Social Security Disability. I would not...Read more »
You will have to clarify your question since Social Securtiy administers multiple benefits, but if you are referring to Social Security Disability benefits based on your own work record, then benefits continue so long as you continue to meet Social Security's definition for disability (which...Read more »
My Son has Chronic Constipation and ADHD. We have applied for benefits. Because his ADHD is sort of controlled with medication (he still struggles but makes good grades) I am worried his claim will be denied, despite his frequent health problems due to constipation including 3 hospitalizations in... Read more »
Any medical conditions for children can be found to be disabling. However, the medical conditions must result in marked or extreme limitations. Based on the information you provided, two hospitalizations in two months could be extreme if the medical records show that frequent hospitalizations are...Read more »
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