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    Why Might I Stop Receiving SSD Benefits?

    By Kenton Koszdin Law Office on February 7, 2013
    In Social Security Disability

    The Social Security Administration (SSA) is required to review the file of every person receiving Social Security disability (SSD) benefits from time to time. The amount of time between reviews depends on how likely your medical condition is to improve. During a review, you may have an experienced Social Security disability attorney of your choice… Read More

    When Do Social Security Disability Benefits End?

    By Kenton Koszdin Law Office on January 31, 2013
    In Social Security Disability

    Once you’ve been approved for Social Security disability (SSD) benefits, you will generally continue to receive them as long as you remain disabled. However, there are situations in which your benefits might be suspended or terminated. If you’re facing an interruption in your benefits, don’t hesitate to contact a dedicated southern California Social Security disability… Read More

    All Paper Checks from Social Security to End March 1

    By Kenton Koszdin Law Office on January 22, 2013
    In Social Security Disability

    New recipients of Social Security disability (SSD), Supplemental Security Income (SSI), and Social Security retirement benefits are already used to the requirement that the benefits be deposited electronically into a checking account or onto a debit card. Starting March 1, 2013, however, the Social Security Administration (SSA) will stop sending paper checks to any benefits… Read More

    If you qualify for Social Security disability (SSD) benefits, you may continue to receive these benefits even if you leave the United States – for instance, if you decide to travel for more than thirty days. An experienced southern California Social Security disability benefits attorney can help you understand how the rules for traveling and… Read More

    The Social Security Administration (SSA) is in charge of administering Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. Demonstrating that you qualify for benefits and getting them can be an uphill battle, especially if your disability makes it difficult to perform once-routine tasks like making phone calls, answering questions, or gathering information. Fortunately, the SSA allows you… Read More

    Divorced spouses may qualify for Social Security disability (SSD) benefits based on a former spouse’s work record, if they lack the work record needed to qualify on their own. Because the rules that govern divorced spouses qualifying for benefits can be complicated, it’s important to seek the help of an attorney if you have questions… Read More

    Many factors affect the amount of benefits you may receive, which means that your potential benefits amount in your Social Security Disability case can’t be based on the amounts received by friends or family members. The Social Security Administration (SSA) uses several factors to calculate the amount of disability benefits any one person may receive…. Read More

    The Social Security Administration (SSA) announced on December 7, 2012, that it is adding 35 new medical conditions to its “compassionate allowances” list. The total number of conditions on the list currently sits at 200, according to the SSA. The added conditions include several types of cancer and adult-onset disorders that severely impair the brain… Read More

    Once you apply for Social Security disability (SSD) benefits, you may be asked to attend an interview at a Social Security Administration (SSA) office. Your California SSD benefits attorney can help you prepare for this interview. You should plan to bring along several key pieces of information, including: Any medical records you currently have; Workers’… Read More

    If you qualify for disability benefits, you may have decided to use the Social Security Administration’s (SSA) “Ticket to Work” program in order to allow you to work and earn income without harming your disability benefits. One important rule to remember is that the SSA requires you to report your earnings or income from work… Read More

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