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Social Security Disability FAQ's
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What is Disability?
The term Disability is a broad term that most often describes a mental or physical impairment that prevents a person from normal functioning. Social Security defines Disability to mean the “inability to engage in substantial gainful activity by reason of any medically determinable physical or mental impairment which can be expected to result in death […]
How does Social Security decide if I am disabled or not?
Social Security is supposed to review your medical records and consider your age, education, and work experience. Based on all of this, they will decide if you are able to return to your past work. If they decide that you are not able to do your past work, they are supposed to consider if you […]
Can I file for Social Security Disability while receiving Worker’s Compensation benefits?
To be eligible for disability benefits, a person must be unable to engage in substantial gainful activity (SGA). If your are working more than part-time hours or earning more than a certain monthly amount than you may be engaging in SGA. Every year Social Security sets the monthly amount for that year that is considered […]
Every year, the max amount of SSI benefits an eligible individual can receive is adjusted with the Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) which is affected by inflation. This amount has been set at $733 for 2015 (it was $721 for 2014). Keep in mind that the amount of SSI benefits a person is eligible for […]
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