What happens to my workers compensation benefits even if I am receiving social security disability, pension or unemployment benefits?
There are two types of benefits that you may be entitled to if you have a compensable workers’ compensation claim in Florida. The first one is medical treatment and related expenses. The second one is compensation for lost earnings, often referred to as indemnity benefits. Indemnity benefits vary depending on the nature of your...Continue Reading
Injured workers have the option to apply for Social Security Disability benefits for long-term disabilities. Compensation under this program will typically last as long as you are disabled. However, certain circumstances can make you ineligible to continue receiving benefits. Get the SSD benefits you deserve & hire a West Palm Beach social security disability...Continue Reading
Idiopathic neuropathy is a condition affecting your sensory and motor nerves with no obvious underlying etiology. The term idiopathic means any condition which arises spontaneously or from an unknown cause. The root cause of a lot of conditions are largely unknown. Neuropathy is one of those conditions that can start suddenly with no known...Continue Reading
Dumping syndrome, also known as the rapid gastric emptying syndrome is a medical condition where your stomach empties its contents into the small intestine faster than normal. Typically, when you eat food takes several hours to pass through your digestive tract into your intestines. People suffering from dumping syndrome often experience symptoms such as...Continue Reading
Anyone who is approved for social security disability insurance benefits is subject to a five-month wait period before they are eligible to receive benefits. This five-month wait period begins in the first full calendar month after your disability date. In effect, what this means is that Social Security will withhold five months of approved...Continue Reading
Social security disability can be a complicated process, requiring several steps to proving you are disabled. The complication ultimately begins with how social security defines disability. Social security defines disability as, “the inability to do any substantial gainful activity by reason of any medically determinable physical or mental impairment which can be expected to...Continue Reading
If you are struggling to work due to a severe medical condition, you may consider applying for social security disability benefits through the federal government. Social security disability benefits are funded through the federally administered social security administration. To be eligible for the disability insurance program, you must pay taxes to social security through...Continue Reading
I was denied Social Security Disability benefits because it was determined that I can do other jobs that no longer exist!
The Social Security Administration, (“SSA”), determines whether you are disabled by evaluating your impairments and the effect they have on your ability to work. This is a complex analysis. Even if you cannot perform your past work, you still need to demonstrate that you cannot adjust to other work. If SSA finds that you...Continue Reading
If you are denied social security disability benefits, do not lose hope. The majority of people who file for social security disability insurance are denied after their initial application. In fact, the statistics are that only approximately 30% of applications are approved with the initial request. There are a lot of reasons why your...Continue Reading
Social Security disability benefits are monetary and health benefits that are managed by the federal government. This is a government-run insurance program set in place to help working members of society in the event they find themselves in a position where they are unable to work. This inability to work must be directly related...Continue Reading