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How Much Money Should You Receive? - Social security disability can be a difficult subject to wrap your mind around. There are so many different things that you need to consider when applying for SSDI, and without the help of one of our social security disability lawyers, that can be tough. We have already given you the information that you need regarding the qualifications you must meet, if social security disability is in fact for you, and understanding why social security taxes exist. One thing that we haven’t covered yet, is how much in social security disability you can expect to get from the government each month. As a whole, your social security disability payments will all depend on the income that you have paid social security taxes on, which is also called “covered earnings”, and for how many years you paid them for. The numbers are different for everyone and there is no standard that you can expect to be paid, however, an average recipient of social security disability receives roughly $300-$2,200 monthl
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Social Security Is More Than Just A Retirement Program - If you’ve been following our previous blog posts, then you already know that social security disability is a pretty simple concept. Throughout the entire life of your career, you will be paying taxes for social security, so that later in life, you can take out the social security that you need to live for retirement. In reality though, social security is much more than retirement, and here’s why. Although many people seem to look at social security as just a retirement program that they’ve paid into for their entire working career, it is way more than that. Social security is also used for if you become disabled and you are unable to work, if someone in your family becomes disabled who cannot work, or a spouse, child or dependent dies. There are many different circumstances that many people are unaware of, and those are taken on as a case by case basis. Using a reliable social security disability attorney is recommended to have a higher advantage of getting the SSDI in Southfiel
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Do You Qualify? - Finally, the blog you have all been waiting for! With our previous blogs under your belt and stored for future reference, we know that you will find all of the following information useful. We promised you that we would give you a list of all the qualifications that you must meet in order to even be considered when you apply for Social Security Disability Insurance. With our SSDI lawyers on your side in Southfield, we know that you will be able to apply and hopefully be approved. All you need to do is make sure that all the following qualifications have been met. The rules to qualify for SSDI are pretty simple. There are two main categories that you must meet criteria for, which include financial and medical. To even be considered, you must have prevention from working any of your previous or future jobs. You must have a disability that prevents you from working, or you must meet impairment listing requirements. If you do meet the medical requirements, then you can move on to the next
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Can the Insurance Carrier Suspend or Modify My Michigan Workers’ Compensation Cash Benefits? - If you are a worker in the State of Michigan and you suffer a job related injury or illness you may be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. Your benefits may include both medical treatment and wage replacement benefits. Wage replacement benefits are cash benefits that are intended to replace the wages you would earn if you had not suffered the injury or illness. Once you are approved for benefits, your cash benefits could suddenly stop or be modified. This may lead you to ask “ Can the insurance carrier suspend or modify my Michigan workers’ compensation cash benefits? ” The answer to that question is that yes, your Michigan workers’ compensation cash benefits could be suspended or modified, but not without a legitimate reason. There are several legitimate reasons why your wage replacement benefits could be suspended or modified, including, but not limited to:
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Can I Get Social Security Disability If I Suffer from Diabetes? - As a diabetes sufferer, your symptoms and complications may eventually prevent you from working. If that occurs, you may be entitled to benefits through the Social Security Disability Insurance, or SSDI, program.
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Can Certain Medical Conditions Get You Approved for SSDI Automatically? - Suffering from a medical condition that impairs your ability to work can be difficult to deal with, especially when your inability to work results in financial struggles as well. Fortunately, help may be available through the Social Security Disability Insurance, or SSDI, program. The SSDI program provides monthly monetary benefits for those who qualify. All medical conditions, however, are not alike when it comes to applying for SSDI. Some conditions qualify you automatically, and others may take months to years to be approved as a limiting disability. An experienced SSDI attorney is your greatest asset in both situations.
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Can I Get Disability Benefits If I Can Work Part-Time? - People are often under the impression that Social Security Disability Insurance benefits, or SSDI, are only available if you absolutely cannot work at all. In fact, you may be able to work some and still qualify for SSDI benefits. Maybe you are thinking of applying for Social Security disability benefits, or have already filed, but you work part-time? Or maybe your condition is getting better, and you would like to try going back to work? You may be wondering if this will affect your ability to collect your benefits. The answer is yes and no, depending on what program you may qualify for. An experienced Michigan SSDI attorney can be of great help in evaluating your legal options.
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Are Trucks Required by Federal Law to Carry Insurance? - Despite the inherent danger they pose to others on the roadway, tractor-trailers and other large trucks are a common site on America’s roadways. The reason for this is simple – we have yet to find a more efficient method to move cargo from point A to point B in the United States. Fortunately, these mammoths of the roadway are heavily regulated by the federal government. For example, tractor-trailers and other large trucks are required by federal law to carry insurance. If you are ever injured in a Michigan trucking accident in which the truck was at fault you should (at least) be able to count on the defendant having adequate insurance coverage to cover your damages. Injuries caused in a trucking accident are frequently severe, even fatal. The laws of physics tell us that the average passenger vehicle weighing in around 4,000 pounds does not stand a chance against a fully loaded semi-truck weighing 80,000 pounds. With this in mind, the U.S. federal government requires large trucks
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What Is The Deadline for Filing a Personal Injury or Wrongful Death Case after a Truck Accident in Michigan? - The victim of a motor vehicle accident often suffers serious physical and emotional injuries as a result of the collision. When a collision involves a tractor-trailer or other large truck the risk of severe, even fatal, injuries is increased dramatically because of the sheer size and weight of the truck. If you have been injured in a Michigan trucking accident, or are the surviving family member of someone killed in a trucking accident, you could be entitled to compensation for your injuries. One important question that must be answered though is “ What is the deadline for filing a personal injury or wrongful death case after a truck accident in Michigan? ” Fortunately, the law does allow the victim of a trucking accident to pursue compensation from an at-fault party in the State of Michigan; however, the law also limits the amount of time a victim has to pursue that compensation. Known as a “statute of limitations”, or SOL, these laws are intended to create a fair system of c
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