When you have a disability, one of the things that might help you is Social Security Disability insurance (SSDI). SSDI is only made available to workers who have an appropriate number of work credits granted from the Social Security Administration (SSA).
If you live in Florida, then you're used to seeing many retired people. Florida is a well-known state for retirement, and people love the sandy beaches, warm weather and tropical vibes.
If you suffer a disability as a result of an injury or deteriorating health, you may wish to look into obtaining Social Security Disability (SSD). This is compensation provided to you each month by the government. You earned this compensation by working, and if you have enough credits, you can apply for SSD.
As someone who has struggled with the trauma of a workplace accident, you may have trouble with emotional disturbances that make it hard for you to work. Maybe you have flashbacks or trouble sleeping at night; You might have panic attacks on the job or be exhausted.
News from March 19, 2019, discussed an interesting claim that the Social Security Administration (SSA) may begin using social media to evaluate people's disability claims. Presently, the federal agency does use Facebook and Instagram to investigate cases of fraud, but it plans to expand the usage as far as evaluations for benefits.
There are lots of things about the Social Security system changing in 2019. Some of these things are positive, while others may not be. As someone who relies on Social Security Disability (SSD) or who intends to seek it, you need to know how this year's changes will affect you.
If you got a divorce earlier in life but now have reached retirement, one of your questions may be if you can ask for your ex-spouse's Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits.
As someone who has applied for disability benefits and been denied, you're in a difficult position and long waiting game. With the current government shutdown, you are fortunate that your paperwork is already processed since you can appeal and have your appeal heard. If you hadn't yet applied, you'd have to wait for the government to reopen.
With a government shutdown in place, a major question people have is how it will affect Social Security Disability (SSD). Right now, the government shutdown affects around 25 percent of the government.
When a government agency shows up on the caller ID, most people pay attention.