This is a reasonable question to ask because you do not want to use up your chances to apply for benefits. However, there is no limit to the number of times you can apply for benefits. On the other hand, you can only take an appeal so far.
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The answer to this question depends on the specifics of your claim. The Social Security Administration (SSA) may not be finished reviewing your disability after you are approved for benefits. Sometimes applicants are subject to continuing reviews to determine… Read More
If you are currently receiving monthly benefits from the public sector or some type of insurance coverage, it may decrease the amount of Social Security Disability benefits you may be eligible to receive. However, there are many types of benefits/income… Read More
Even after being approved for benefits, the Social Security Administration may review your condition to determine if you still meet the definition of disability. These are called Continuing Disability Reviews (CDRs) and there are certain things you should… Read More
Once people apply for Social Security Disability benefits there can be a lot of anxiety as they wait for a decision. People might not even know how they will be notified about whether they were approved or denied.
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People with certain disabilities will receive Social Security Disability benefits for the rest of their lives, particularly those with a disability that will result in their death. However, everyone’s situation is different, and benefits could stop for… Read More
If you are a worker in your 60s and are unable to keep working due to health issues, you may be considering early retirement and filing for Social Security retirement benefits. Is this the best way to go, or should you file for disability benefits from… Read More
Many Social Security Disability recipients have no other form of income than these benefits. Therefore, it is important that they know when to expect their benefit check. The Social Security Administration (SSA) maintains a schedule for when it pays benefits.
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Glaucoma is a progressive disease of the eyes that gradually causes vision loss. The disease is one of the leading causes of blindness. In some cases, it is possible for a claimant to be approved for Social Security Disability benefits if he or she has… Read More
In order to receive Social Security Disability benefits, you must be able to establish that you have a medical impairment that prevents you from working. The Social Security Administration (SSA) conducts a thorough review of your medical history and may… Read More