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... medical requirement is that a worker must have enough recent work and earnings to qualify for disability benefits. Work and earnings are measured at Social Security by assigning credits to a worker's record. ... (2 replies)
... medical qualifications for Social Security disability programs. For example, the SSA might determine that a person qualifies for disability based on his medical history, but will deny him SSDI benefits because he didn't work long enough earn those benefits. ... (7 replies)
... means that your husband is making too much money on unemployment income each month for you to qualify for SSI. SSI is for people who are low income and disabled. Social security says you are disabled. However, your over the income requirements right now , because Social Security has to look at your Husbands income too. ... (7 replies)

... Shawley...Maybe you could do some type of work at home where you can use the recliner you mentioned or where you can alternate your sitting to lying etc whenever you need to, and still work. If you trust your atty, you should be asking him all this stuff about Medicare/Soc Sec Disability (SSD) and the Settlement. I could try to answer some of your questions, but there... (78 replies)
... right . You don't have to settle your medical portion but most insurance companies like to get rid of everything , loss wage and medical . Thats whats going on with my case . ... (78 replies)
... Hi:-) Some things you should know: - Legal reps make their money from appeals, not the initial claim. So your legal rep may not go through extraordinary means to get your spouse anything during the initial phase of his claim. That's bad for you since you're sitting around w/ less income that you could probably use now. - Your spouse really should keep his IME if at all... (8 replies)
... I, too, am new on this board. I am under financial pressure and from several family members to file for Social Security Disability Insurance. ... (36 replies)
... related activities such as sitting, standing, moving about, lifting, carrying, handling objects, hearing, speaking a mental impairment, the medical assessment will include your ability to reason or make occupational, personal or social adjustments. ... (7 replies)
... It is a shame that all your medical conditions DID NOT result in a fast approval I do not understand how social security works .Sickandtired is anther person with severe medical conditions that have not been approved yet? ... (44 replies)
... Have you asked Social Security if you qualify for SSDI? ... (42 replies)
... crawl! if I had arthritis of the knees crawling would be excruciatingly painful I'm sure. thus he denied me., armed with more info a Senate Inquiry and more medical records The appeals council remanded the case and I received the bench decision August 23rd of fully favorable. ... (44 replies)
... Yes, each year I receive the "Your Social Security Statement". ... (42 replies)
... Don't delay applying and TRUST NO ONE who is involved with handling your case and I mean from the social security administration to your attorney. Attoreny? ... (7 replies)
... I recieved a response to my Social Security disability claim that says "We have found that you meet our medical rules." O.K. ... (8 replies)
... o possible way I could work, that I could not sit, stand, walk, etc for any length of time that would be acceptable in a work situation and that since my initial Social Secutity approval, I have medically gotten worse. The letter was pretty rock solid. I spoke with the Analyst about all of this and he accused my Dr. ... (10 replies)
... Denied,Denied Denied app sep2 ,2009 reson the medical evidence shows though you may have discomfort from congenital deformities of your hands and feet,asthma,irritable bowel syndrome,back pain and hearing problems you are still able to move about and to use your hands,arms,back legs and feet in a satisfactory manner records show you are able to lift/ carry 20 pounds... (5 replies)
... compulsive disorder and social phobia, treated with medications prescribed by her pc physician. ... (13 replies)
... Hi Glasson, Yes, this is GREAT news! When SSA stated that your hubby's onset date is 02/07...you count the 5 month non pay which is March-July, 07, then his backpay would start from August 07-July 08, which is about 11 months. You'll receive a sizeable retro backpay!! Praise God!! Your kids also will receive a retro, once all the info is received. Its a wise idea, to walk... (1 replies)
... Hey, hope all is well....I have received a number of calls from LTD carrier regarding doctors appointments and medical updates. I guess this is all normal.... ... (32 replies)
... i want to thank everyone here at this site. after receiving letter about ssd approved medically waiting on non medical to be approved. i waited 45 days still no notice. so i called my local social security office as suggested at this site. ... (3 replies)




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