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Social Security
  • By: Tony Adderley
  • Published: October 28, 2015

As part of its process of determining who requires Social Security disability benefits, and who is now able to return to work without support from disability benefits, the Social Security Administration will conduct periodic evaluations of your condition. The agency will contact your medical officers, doctor, hospitals, and go through your medical records in order to determine whether there have…Read More

PERMANENT DISABILITY IN CALIFORNIA
  • By: Tony Adderley
  • Published: October 26, 2015

Sometimes, when a person has been receiving Social Security disability benefits, he might find himself healthy enough to try to return to work. However, he may be unsure about whether he can continue to work. He may be afraid that he may no longer qualify for Social Security disability benefits, if he begins to earn a monthly income. For people…Read More

Social Security
  • By: Tony Adderley
  • Published: October 23, 2015

If you receive a notification from the Social Security Administration informing you that the agency has determined that you no longer qualify for benefits, it is important to seek legal guidance immediately. Get in touch with a Los Angeles Social Security disability benefits lawyer and evaluate your options. You can appeal a decision by the Social Security Administration to suspend…Read More

How To Appeal A Disability Claims Denial
  • By: Tony Adderley
  • Published: October 21, 2015

The Social Security Administration does deny a large number of the claims that it receives every year. If your Social Security disability benefits claim has been denied, then you can file an appeal of the decision. You can file an appeal by visiting the agency’s website and filling the form. This option allows you to upload documents that will help…Read More

Review Of The Social Security Appeal Process
  • By: Tony Adderley
  • Published: October 19, 2015

The Social Security Administration will process your appeal through four levels. First of all, your appeal will go to the Reconsideration stage, in which your claim will be reviewed by someone who had no role in processing your claim earlier. This process will involve a review of all of the evidence that was filed originally, as well as new evidence…Read More

HOW SOCIAL SECURITY DECIDES IF YOU ARE DISABLED IN LA
  • By: Tony Adderley
  • Published: October 16, 2015

The appeals hearing is a critical part of your appeals process. The Social Security Administration gives you the chance to ask for a hearing before an administrative law judge. This judge will have had no role to play in the original decision made in your case, or even in the reconsideration stage of your case. The hearing will be held…Read More

PERMANENT DISABILITY IN CALIFORNIA
  • By: Tony Adderley
  • Published: October 14, 2015

The Social Security Disability Insurance program is not dependent on any other government benefit programs. If you find that you qualify for veteran’s disability benefits, for instance, that does not automatically make you eligible for Social Security disability benefits. These are different governmental programs, and the criteria for receiving Social Security disability benefits are entirely different from the criteria for…Read More

The Social Security Administration does offer special rules that apply to persons who wish to claim benefits based on blindness, or low vision. If you are severely visually impaired, then you may be eligible for benefits under both the Supplemental Security Income program, and the Social Security Disability Insurance program. The Social Security Administration will consider that you meet the criteria for a claim if your vision cannot progress to better than 20/200 in your better eye or if your visual field is 20° or below in the better eye. However, even if you do not meet the stringent criteria for blindness, you may still be eligible for disability benefits. For example, you may qualify for benefits if your vision problems make it difficult for you to work and earn a living. In order to be eligible for a claim, you must have worked long enough in a job to pay Social Security taxes. Remember, you may find it easier to qualify for benefits if your impairment is included in the official listing of impairments provided by the Social Security Administration. However, even if your impairment is not included in the Social Security administration’s listing, you may still qualify for benefits. Speak to a Social Security disability benefits attorney in Los Angeles, and determine whether you qualify for benefits. For help appealing against a denial, schedule a consultation with a Social Security disability benefits attorney in Los Angeles.
  • By: Tony Adderley
  • Published: October 12, 2015

The Social Security Administration does offer special rules that apply to persons who wish to claim benefits based on blindness, or low vision. If you are severely visually impaired, then you may be eligible for benefits under both the Supplemental Security Income program, and the Social Security Disability Insurance program. The Social Security Administration will consider that you meet the…Read More

Social Security
  • By: Tony Adderley
  • Published: October 9, 2015

The Social Security Administration will begin the process of reviewing your application for benefits. This process could take months, or even longer. Even after the application is approved, and even after the Social Security Administration determines that you indeed qualify for benefits, you can’t expect to receive your benefits check immediately. You will receive your first benefit check in the…Read More

WHAT HAPPENS TO MY SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY BENEFITS IF I RETURN TO WORK?
  • By: Tony Adderley
  • Published: October 7, 2015

The Social Security Administration does encourage beneficiaries to return to work. It does this using a number of programs to help beneficiaries reenter the workforce, and earn a living. One of the ways that it encourages beneficiaries to go back to work is by the provision of a trial work period. This trial work period lasts for nine months, and…Read More

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