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... I got in the mail my appeal was changed and I am allowed unemployment payments. I am hopeing for back pay because i was denied 4 times which will be 9 weeks because unemployment pay weekly. ... (3 replies)
... T . at one point . I tried going back to work , and was so happy when I got a job. it did not last too long though. It made things worse when I had lost the job. ... (5 replies)
... I stopped working in April of 2009 and applied for SSDI. In the meantime, I was approved for unemployment benefits, under an education program they were offering. ... (8 replies)

... If you are medically impaired severely enough not to go back to work anymore, then your best alternative is to file for full term disability. ... (3 replies)
... o female, married, with no dependent children. I stopped working in July, because my employer was no longer able to accommodate my disabilities. This is NOT what they told unemployment. They told UNEMP that I couldn't abide by their attendance policy. I guess that's true. ... (11 replies)
... I have a tricky one for you all.... ... (3 replies)
... Thanks for the advice. I'm aware of the facts you stated but was only considering starting to see a round of spec for my arthritis problems for future filing. I'm so worried about the time period between losing unemployment and perhaps "maybe" getting approved for SSDisability. ... (4 replies)
... Perhaps, However, it all depends if it work would fall under the SGA or not . If it is over the SGA in the first place , even if she is not working anymore, and collecting benifits this could have a inpact on the decision on her claim. ... (5 replies)
... You may have to, or of the SSA is aware you got unemployment they may deduct it from the first lump sum they pay you. ... (5 replies)
... I do not know if different states have different rules, however, in California, I did not have to. ... (5 replies)
... I'm on SSD and not Workmen's Comp, but I did have a similar situation when I first applied for SSD. I had applied for and was granted disability through the company I worked for. ... (9 replies)
... My son was diagnosed with ADHD,ODD,OCD,sleep disorder,anxiety disorder,and possiable bipolar. We fought with social security for 4yrs we went to court a couple of months ago and they finally decided that he was diabled. He was put on SSI. ... (11 replies)
... Ok I am a little confused with the unemployment and SSDI... ... (9 replies)
... Hi all! I know I'm a newbie but I'm definitely not a stranger to these types of boards. Some of you know me on Neurotalk as cherry33778. ... (6 replies)
... This is in a way analogous to LTD once you are approved for SSDI. You have to payback most of the money to the LTD carrier. ... (9 replies)
... I had filed a worker's comp claim before I became disabled. Then I became disabled a month later. Seven months later I applied for SSDI. About 2 and a half years after I got a lump sum from worker's comp. Then 7 months later I was approved for SSDI. ... (32 replies)
... I had to chuckle at your post, I worked for 20 yrs. Took care of my mom we struggled, few years we had it good. ... (8 replies)
... You do not have to wait to apply for social security disability. But there is a waiting period. Regardless of when you are approved, you are not paid for the first six months. ... (11 replies)
... Since your coverage is through your employer just know, in terminology it is not a "private plan". ... (32 replies)
... being scared and confused and having deep financial commitments and not sure about applying for SSDI, I applied for Unemployment. ... (2 replies)


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