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- Improve Your VA Disability Claim
by Herren Law
When you or a loved one joined the military, you, like thousands of other veterans, dedicated everything to your service, giving the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, etc. your 110%. Nevertheless, the VA is notorious for inefficiencies when getting disabled veterans their much-needed benefits. Despite your dedication, that may have left you disabled, the VA all-too-often rates the severity of a disability lower than it should be, or the VA takes way too long.
- Does Workers’ Compensation Affect My Social Security Disability Benefits?
Workers’ compensation packages provide what benefits are allotted to workers when they have been injured while at the jobsite performing duties or when working for the company away from the building. These may be provided for work-related ailments, illness and disability as well.
- Benefits from an Ex-Spouse
If you are divorced and planning for your retirement, you may have questions about what benefits you are entitled to receive, including Social Security or disability benefits from your ex-spouse.
- SSD and Retirement Benefits in Maryland
Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits are available to those who have suffered a medical condition that leaves them unable to work for at least one year, or until the person passes away.
- Taxes and Disability Benefits
When it comes to disability benefits, the type of benefits that you are collecting will determine whether they are taxable or tax free. How your disability benefits are taxed depend on who makes the payment and the deductibility of the premium payments.
- Tips on Social Security Claims
Social Security claims are important to those that have disabilities of varying degrees and types. Many of these individuals are unable to work in gainful employment. This means they are unable to sustain daily living with the assistance of some form of a job.
- What to do When Social Security Claim Is Denied
Many claims for Social Security benefits are denied initially. This is usually the case when poor planning or improper preparations are made when attempting a claim for these monetary or insurance benefits.
- Disability Claims for an “Invisible Condition”
When an employee is unable to work because of a physical injury like a broken bone, a chronic back condition, or a serious illness like cancer or multiple sclerosis, the condition is obvious. The injury can be seen, and the illness can be verified through medical tests.
- Increasing the Likelihood of a Social Security Disability Claim
It is best to prepare for a Social Security Disability claim when applying for benefits. Preparations with documentation and medical details are ideal when claiming for either Supplemental Security Income or Social Security Disability Insurance.
- Disability Appeals Council
When a person has a claim for Social Security Disability, he or she most often has to face at least one rejection of the claim before any money may be seen to help with his or her situation. The process the case takes usually has very harsh judgment in determining if a person is eligible and approved for these benefits.