If you are a United States citizen, then moving outside the United States should not affect your receipt of disability benefits unless you move to[…]
Questions After A Favorable Decision
Moving to another state will not affect the amount of a check you receive from disability insurance benefits although you should always notify the Social[…]
The most important thing you need to remember to keep your benefits is this: treatment, treatment, treatment. The only way for you to document that[…]
A disability check could be ceased for any number of reasons. For instance, a person’s benefits might be cut off happen when he or she misses a follow up appointment with the doctor through Disability Determination Services.
There are several reasons why you might owe the Social Security Administration money. This happens when it is determined that at some point in the past you received money from the Social Security Administration that you were not rightfully due.
If you are approved for disability benefits the Social Security Administration (“SSA”) will contact you to schedule an appointment with them. When you go in[…]
You might receive a partially favorable decision if the Social Security Administration determines that you are eligible for disability benefits as of a date that is later than the date you alleged you became disabled or if you are approved for a closed in period.
If you are approved for disability insurance benefits, the amount of your monthly check will depend on how much you have worked and paid into[…]
Once you are approved for benefits, you will receive a letter from the judge explaining her decision. Your local Social Security Administration (“SSA”) office should[…]