Who is actually unfit to work Due to Back Pain? Disability is on the rise in America: Part 3

Many Americans have anxiety disorder suffer from irritability, numerousness, concentrating, and problems with sleeping that cause you unable to work Also, depression symptoms are Persistent physical symptoms that do not respond to treatment, such as headaches, digestive disorders and pain for which no other cause can be diagnosed, Persistent sad, anxious or "empty" mood, Restlessness, irritability, Feelings of hopelessness, pessimism, Thoughts of death or suicide, suicide attempts, Feelings of guilt, worthlessness, helplessness, Low appetite and weight loss or overeating and weight gain, Insomnia, early-morning awakening, or oversleeping, Loss of interest or pleasure in hobbies and activities, including sex, Decreased energy, fatigue, feeling "slowed down, and Difficulty concentrating, remembering, making decisions that may cause you unable to work.

Many Americans have anxiety disorder suffer from irritability, numerousness, concentrating, and problems with sleeping that cause you unable to work Also, depression symptoms are Persistent physical symptoms that do not respond to treatment, such as headaches, digestive disorders and pain for which no other cause can be diagnosed, Persistent sad, anxious or “empty” mood, Restlessness, irritability, Feelings of hopelessness, pessimism, Thoughts of death or suicide, suicide attempts, Feelings of guilt, worthlessness, helplessness, Low appetite and weight loss or overeating and weight gain, Insomnia, early-morning awakening, or oversleeping, Loss of interest or pleasure in hobbies and activities, including sex, Decreased energy, fatigue, feeling “slowed down, and Difficulty concentrating, remembering, making decisions that may cause you unable to work.

in Hale County, Alabam who told him their back pain keep them up at night which made it hard for them to stand up on the job.  The women informed him they really cried to try to work and one woman said it was too painful to go to work every day

Chana Joffe-Walt said it does not appear the woman was faking the pain, but it is confusing.  For example, Chana Joffe-Walt suffer from back pain and his editor suffer from a herniated disc but he works harder than anyone else.  On the other hand, perhaps millions of people who suffer from asthma and diabetes who work every day.  Who decide if you have back pain then that makes you disabled?

All the federal government is concerned about is if you are disabled with a medical condition makes it impossible for you to work.  The judgment call are made in doctors’ offices and courtrooms around the county.  Many health problems are mental illness and back pain are the fastest growing and causes off disability.

There was one guy in Hale County, Alabama every story were about becoming disabled: Dr. Perry Timberlake, Chana Joffe-Walt started thinking the reason why so many people in Hale County are on Social Security Disability.  Chana Joffe-Walt thinks there is some kind of disability scam, referring tons of people in the Social Security Disability program.

Chana Joffe-Walt was sitting in the clinic waiting room several mornings in a row, and that’s when he met Dr. Timberlake and discover there is nothing wrong about him.  Dr. Timberlake is practicing in a very poor place and people come into his office and complained about their pain.

Now that we have talk about pain and what it is like, Dr. Timberlake always ask his patients what grade did they finished?  Dr. Timberlake said asking patients what grade did they finish is not a medically questions to ask.  However, Dr. Timberlake said the education questions is very important information in disability cases because people who only have a high school education most likely cannot get a sit-down job.

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Who is actually unfit to work? Disability is on the rise in America: Part 2

There is not some common magical line that divides a person health condition/disability as one of the other causing someone to can be fit or unfit to work. All jobs requires many types of physical abilities, skills, intellectual abilities, emotional and or personality attributes, levels of physical mental levels of energy concentration, and mental abilities. Also, jobs require a compete host of a wide variety of different skills, abilities, time, effort, availability, and capabilities etc. Not all jobs are available in all parts of the country, nor flexible to a person needs, that required of the excessive of differences.

There is not some common magical line that divides a person health condition/disability as one of the other causing someone to can be fit or unfit to work. All jobs requires many types of physical abilities, skills, intellectual abilities, emotional and or personality attributes, levels of physical mental levels of energy concentration, and mental abilities. Also, jobs require a compete host of a wide variety of different skills, abilities, time, effort, availability, and capabilities etc. Not all jobs are available in all parts of the country, nor flexible to a person needs, that required of the excessive of differences.

Who is actually unfit to work?Disability is on the rise in America:  Part 2

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When government checks come in every month, banks in Hale County, Alabama stay open late and Main Street there are nothing but cars waiting to unload an old arm chair or TV to have a yard sale.

Chana Joffe-Walt met Sonny Ryan who is a retired judge in Hale County, Alabama did not hear Social Security Disability cases in his courtroomJudge Sonny Ryan remember a man who was on disability and looked really healthy.  Then the Judge Sonny Ryan ask the man from his bench what is your disability?  The man replied I have high blood pressure and diabetes and Judge Sonny Ryan responded so do I.

Judge Sonny Ryan said there is no diagnosis called disability.  You cannot go to the doctor to run the test and the doctor informs you it looks like you have a disability.  It is hard enough to end up with one person with high blood pressure who is categorized as disabled and another is not.

Chana Joffe-Walt talked to a lot of people in Hale County, Alabama who were on Social Security Disability.  They said sometimes the disability seem to be clear.

Chana Joffe-Walt said when he had his accident in his 1990 Jeep Cherokee Laredo, Diane Mitchell he met in the coffee shop told him about the car accident.  Dane Mitchell said to Chana Joffe-Walt you flipped your jeep on both sides, and flew about 165 feet from the jeep and went through 12 to 14,000 volts of electric lines.  Chana Joffe-Walt said after he landed into a briar patch, he broken all of the toes on his right foot, breaking his right rib, seven of his vertebrae, shattering one, cracked his neck, and had a punctured lung.

The stories Chana Joffe-Walt was told it seemed unclear.  He sat with many women in……….

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Who is actually unfit to work? Disability is on the rise in America: Part 1

John Doe has not been coming to work due to his medical certificate states he is “unfit” to work. What does unfit means and how can an employer accommodate his in the workplace. Or will the workplace be safe for him to return back to work doing his normal job duties? This makes it hard for an employer to accommodate a workplace for employees and without law suits.

John Doe has not been coming to work due to his medical certificate states he is “unfit” to work. What does unfit means and how can an employer accommodate his in the workplace. Or will the workplace be safe for him to return back to work doing his normal job duties? This makes it hard for an employer to accommodate a workplace for employees and without law suits.

Disability is on the rise in America:

For the past three decades, many Americans who are on disability has increased tremendously. There are a large number of medical advances with allow a lot of people to remain on the job due to new laws that have banned employers to discrimination against the disabled. The statics show every month there will be 14 million people who will collect a Social Security Disability check from the government.

Unfortunately, the federal government spends a lot of money each year on cash payments for disabling former workers than time on welfare and food stamps together. Yet people who are depending on disability payments are often left out of a discussion about the Social Security Disability safety net. Nevertheless, the majority of people on Social Security Disability do not work. People who are on disability are not technically part of the work force so therefore they are not counted among the unemployment rate.

Therefore, people on Social Security Disability does not appear in any of the places are seen in how is the economy is doing. The story among these programs is who goes them, and the reason why, what happens after approved for SSDI, this is the story about the United States economy. Not only that the aging workforce is also hidden and increasingly an expensive safety net.

For the past year, Chana Joffe-Walt has been researching the growth of the federal disability programs. He tried to understand what disability means for many American workers to have a broadly what it actually mean for poor people in the United States nearly 20 years ago after welfare ended. Here is what Chana Joffe-Walt has found.

Chana Joffe-Walt went to Hale County, Alabama and found nearly 1 in 4 working age adults in on Social Security Disability……….

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John Doe has not been coming to work due to his medical certificate states he is “unfit” to work. What does unfit means and how can an employer accommodate his in the workplace. Or will the workplace be safe for him to return back to work doing his normal job duties? This makes it hard for an employer to accommodate a workplace for employees and without law suits.

John Doe has not been coming to work due to his medical certificate states he is “unfit” to work. What does unfit means and how can an employer accommodate his in the workplace. Or will the workplace be safe for him to return back to work doing his normal job duties? This makes it hard for an employer to accommodate a workplace for employees and without law suits.

For the past three decades, many Americans who are on disability has increased tremendously. There are a large number of medical advances with allow a lot of people to remain on the job due to new laws that have banned employers to discrimination against the disabled. The statics show every month there will be 14 million people who will collect a Social Security Disability check from the government.

Unfortunately, the federal government spends a lot of money each year on cash payments for disabling former workers than time on welfare and food stamps together. Yet people who are depending on disability payments are often left out of a discussion about the Social Security Disability safety net. Nevertheless, the majority of people on Social Security Disability do not work. People who are on disability are not technically part of the work force so therefore they are not counted among the unemployment rate.

Therefore, people on Social Security Disability does not appear in any of the places are seen in how is the economy is doing. The story among these programs is who goes them, and the reason why, what happens after approved for SSDI, this is the story about the United States economy. Not only that the aging workforce is also hidden and increasingly an expensive safety net.

For the past year, Chana Joffe-Walt has been researching the growth of the federal disability programs. He tried to understand what disability means for many American workers to have a broadly what it actually mean for poor people in the United States nearly 20 years ago after welfare ended. Here is what Chana Joffe-Walt has found.

Chana Joffe-Walt went to Hale County, Alabama and found nearly 1 in 4 working age adults in on Social Security Disability……….

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Social Security Benefits for Adult Children with Severe Disabilities: Part 3

New invention for disabled people can sit and ride a bike with someone else paddling. The invention need to go on the market as soon as possible so disabled people can have a life outside the house.

New invention for disabled people can sit and ride a bike with someone else paddling. The invention need to go on the market as soon as possible so disabled people can have a life outside the house.

Income Resources:  In order to be eligible for Supplemental Security Income your child’s things they own and resources cannot exceed over $2,000.00.  Things like land, cash, bonds and stocks etc., or any money use to buy for his or her food and shelter.  If your adult child lives in the same home as you, it will not be counted against him or her as a resource.

How much can my adult child get from SSI?

Your adult child will receive $733.00 per month if approved and some states will provide an additional supplemental to SSI recipients.  However, if your child has an income that benefit amount will be different between countable income and the Federal benefit rate (FBR).  Below is an example.

For Example

Jane Doe is a 34 year-old woman who suffered a really bad stroke that left her badly disabled when she was at the age of 22.  Jane Doe lives with her parents who provide food and medical bills that are not covered by their healthcare insurance companyUnfortunately, Jane does not receive cash payments from her parents, and SSA will consider the value of shelter and food that is given to her as in-kind income.  However, SSA will rule in-kind income will be reduced to the maximum SSI benefit amount that a person will be entitled to 1/3 if you adult child is living with you or someone else and not contributing financially for shelter and foodIf Jane does not have another income for money to pay towards her medical bills will not be counted.  Jane federal monthly benefit income will be $496.34 after $236.66 subtract from $733.00.  Jane live in the state of Washington, that will provide $46.00 state supplement to Supplement Security Income recipients who live with someone else household beside their parents’ house, then Jane will receive a total SSI payment of $542.34 ($496.34 plus $46.00. 

Where does my child apply for benefits?

Your adult child can start an application online on the SSA’s websiteHowever, your adult child can be eligible for SSDI depends on his or her own work record Also, you can make an appointment with your local Social Security office to see if your adult child will be eligible for Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Disability to see which one to apply for.  Please call your SSA at 1-800-772-1213 to find your local Social Security Office or you can visit the SSA’s website to look an office by your zip code.

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Social Security Benefits for Adult Children with Severe Disabilities: Part 2

Your child may be eligible for disability benefits through either social security disability.

Your child may be eligible for disability benefits through either social security disability.

What does protected marriage means?

Now if your adult child is in a “protected” marriage, then he or she may still be eligible for benefits based on your record.  Protected marriages means are between two people who are eligible for Social Security Disability Benefits.

What happens if my child has worked?

However, if you’re adult child was disabled before the age of 22 years old and meet all of SSDI requirements it does not matter if your child never had a job.  If your adult child worked for a number of years then he or she may able to get a higher benefit based on earnings record as long as other requirement and guidelines are met.  Make sure you call SSA to discuss this with them.

How much will my child’s benefit amount be?

They can receive up to 50% of the parent’s benefits amount it depends on if other family members are receiving benefits based on their parent’s work record.

How can My Adult Child be eligible for SSI?

SSI is mean for a test benefit income for disable people who must have limited resources and income.  However, your adult disabled child must qualify for SSI and he or she meets the SSA’s guidelines for not getting disability benefits through their Social Security record, assets and income limits.

What are the Supplemental Security Income’s assets and income limits?

Income:  Your adult child should be found disabled, and accountable income that cannot be more than federal benefit rate of $733.00 for a single person.  Also, the accountable income can be used to pay for shelter and food when you adult child can be counted for toward his or her monthly income.

Below are some sources of money, the Social Security Administration will not consider when deciding your adult child’s countable income, for instance?

  • The first $20.00 dollars of any source of money will be called the general exclusion 
  • And the first sixty five dollars he or she earns from working will be plus half of what is leftover 
  • A number of food stamps he or she will receive
  • The small amounts of money your adult child receives every now and then; and
  • Also medical bills you have to pay for your adult child

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Social Security Benefits for Adult Children with Severe Disabilities: Part 1

When you child is under the age of 18 then they may be disabled, however, you do not have to consider your child’s disability whether if he or she qualifies for benefits and your dependent. You child’s disability benefits probably will stop at age 18 years old unless they are a full-time student in an elementary or high school, however, benefits can continue until age 19 or is disabled.

When you child is under the age of 18 then they may be disabled, however, you do not have to consider your child’s disability whether if he or she qualifies for benefits and your dependent. You child’s disability benefits probably will stop at age 18 years old unless they are a full-time student in an elementary or high school, however, benefits can continue until age 19 or is disabled.

In case your adult child is disable and can no longer do any significant amount of work, he or she may qualify and collect Supplement Security Income disability benefits or Social Security child benefits.

If your adult child who has a severely disability, however, your child might be eligible for disability benefits for either Social Security Disability Insurance or Supplemental Security Income. The sort of benefit is applicable to your young adult child depends on several circumstances such as if he or she worked before their disability, if they have an income or other financial resources, and how old he or she was when they became disabled.

Can My Adult Child Qualify for Social Security Disability Income?

In order for you adult child be eligible for SSDI benefits they must have paid taxes out of their paychecks to the Social Security Administration (SSA), it is like Social Security retirement. If your adult child never worked then they may eligible for Social Security child benefits due to their Social Security earnings history record or their parent’s earnings history record if you are a child.

  • If you child became disabled for his or her 22nd birthday
  • Your child is 18 years old or older
  • You child is not married (please read discussion below), and
  • If the parent who start receiving Social Security retirement or Social Security Disability benefits or a parent with qualifying work history credits or who dies

Also, these requirements you need to be able to prove your child have a medical condition that keeps him or her from obtaining substantial gainful activity (SAG) is what Social Security call it. However in 2016 SGA defined earnings to be $1,130 a month from working. To decide if you’re adult child can work, then SSA uses the same disability guidelines for adults who are disabled before age 22 years old is the same for a person who became disabled until adulthood.

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Can you fire Your Social Security Disability Attorney? Part 2

Request a disciplinary hearing meeting with your Attorney to ask questions to see if it is worthwhile firing him or her. Or come to some type of agreement the way you want to be represented for your Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income case.

Request a disciplinary hearing meeting with your Attorney to ask questions to see if it is worthwhile firing him or her. Or come to some type of agreement the way you want to be represented for your Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income case.

So if you hire a new attorney, unfortunately, both attorneys can file a fee petition detailing the time they spent working on your case in order to get paid for their services.  If the Social Security Administration granted the fee petition then the court will not be bonded by the 25% of your back pay or $6,000.00 fee, unfortunately, you might end up paying more for attorney’s fees than staying with your original attorney.

Remember you must know if you make a decision to fire your attorney, you will be responsible for any out of pocket costs, such as preparing your case, copies of medical records, and tests results.  So read the fine print of your contract agreement about the results of firing your attorney.

What happens if I have a personality conflict with my attorney?

In many cases, you may feel you are unable to work with your disability attorney because of a personality conflict.  If you think you can work well with another disability attorney, if you lawyer has not done much work on your case, then you can ask your attorney if he or she can withdraw from the case without collecting on the fee agreement.  With the exception of expenses incurred for instance paying for medical records and etc.  Unfortunately, your attorney does not have to waive any fees under any situation, however, your attorney might if he or she has not done much work on your case.

If you are lucky and your attorney agrees to waive all fees then ask he or her to notify the Social Security Administration informing they are withdrawing from the case and waiving all the fees.  You should immediately notify the Social Security Administration that your current disability attorney will no longer represent you.

Will I be able to hire another disability Attorney?

It may be a problem of uncertainty that involved filing fee petition with the Social Security Administration, however, most disability attorneys will not represent you because of another attorney has already made his or her appurtenance allowance in this case unless the attorney agrees to waive their fees.

If you are still unhappy with your attorney what can I do?

If find yourself not satisfied with your present representation then you should talk with your lawyer and explain to him or her why you are dissatisfied the way your case is being handling.  Be sure to have an honest conversation with your attorney that way he or she will know your concerns to avoid risk, expense that included in hiring a new disability lawyer, and hassle.

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Can I Fire Your Social Security Disability Attorney? Part 1

What are the penalties for firing your attorney? If you wondering what kind of penalties are then read this article and find out.

What are the penalties for firing your attorney? If you wondering what kind of penalties are then read this article and find out.

If you are not satisfied with your Social Security Disability Attorney then you have a choice of firing him or her at any time.  But before you decide, you must know why you want to fire your attorney and how it will affect you and your case.

Ask Yourself Why Do You Want To Fire Your Attorney?

Often disability claimants become angry with their attorneys due to taking a long time for the Social Security Administration (SSA) will make a decision on their claim.  Being angry and frustrated with the attorney especially when he or she does not return emails, and phone calls promptly or have to meet with you about your case.  Unfortunately, an Attorney is unable to shorten the time it takes for Social Security Administration to process a claim or scheduled court date hearing.  On the other hand, my eBook can get your case reviewed and onto a Decision Writer’s desk for a decision just by following the steps.

In order to decrease your frustration and angry, interview your attorney like on a job interview.  Ask questions like what is the general wait times in your state, how can you get my SSDI or SSI approved without a scheduled court date, what is your approval rate, and how many people got approved you represented.  That way you can make a better decision on who is going to represent you.

Will I have pay more if I Hire another Attorney?

You should call the Social Security Administration to see where you are in the disability process before making a decision to fire your attorney.  Remember when you hired your lawyer, you signed a contract which is a fee agreement will allow your attorney is entitled to a fee of 25% or up to $6,000.00 maximum from your back pay awarded to you.  However, if you are close to your scheduled hearing date then your attorney have invested a lot of time and resources in preparing for the case will not waive his or her right to the fee………….

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Who is FICA (Federal Insurance Contributions Act)? Part 2

Why is FICA taken out of my paycheck? I am not married FICA or is my dependent. Is this a new tax for 2016? Read this article and find out of your answers to all of your questions.

Why is FICA taken out of my paycheck? I am not married FICA or is my dependent. Is this a new tax for 2016? Read this article and find out of your answers to all of your questions.

smaller income.  In order to receive a high retirement check, you have to work until 70 years old.  The retirement benefit is based on your wage earnings over the years you have worked.

FICA contributions pay for medical hospital insurance (Medicare Part A).  In the United States Medicare is the health insurance program for people who are 65 years old or older.  For people who are younger than 65 years old with permanent kidney failure or disabilities may qualify for Medicare.  To learn more about Medicare go to the Medicare Government website.

If a person was FICA they will have a lot of room to juggle.  The Social Security Administration covers 165 million workers.  This program pays benefits to approximately 40 million retired workers, 6 million survivors of workers who have died, and to 9 million workers with disabilities.  The programs help about 5 million dependent family members.

There is an equivalent law for self-employed worker called “Self-Employment Contributions Act’ (SECA).  When you are self-employed you pay both worker and employer contributions towards your Medicare and Social Security.  Employer share is determined as a deductible business expense.

Social Security Administration will make it easy to estimate your future disability benefits, survivors, and retirement benefits.  If you create Social Security account, then workers will have 24- hour to look at the personalized Social Security earnings statement and will show your future benefit in the states it allows you to check to make sure your earning information is correct.  Please take advantage of this service and create your account today to get a financial planning tool for your retirement.  This service is absolutely free, secure and fast.  If anyone wants to know who is FICA please give them this information too.

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Who is FICA (Federal Insurance Contributions Act)? Part 1

Learn more about the Federal Insurance Contributions ACT (FICA) in this article.

Learn more about the Federal Insurance Contributions ACT (FICA) in this article.

Here is a funny story I told my nephew after he came home happy and thrilled after he received his paycheck.  When he looked at the deductions that came out of his paycheck then he had one question for me who is FICA.

I explained to him if you were an experienced worker will probably know what does federal tax on wages actually means.  Unfortunately, there are two taxes that are deducted out of your paycheck.  The first tax is call FICA which means Federal Insurance Contributions Act.  It is the law for this tax to be taken out of your paycheck to fund both Social Security and Medicare through payroll taxes.  However, the employer will share this cost with their employees.

When you pay your FICA contributions can earn Social Security credits.  Now for 2016 in order to earn one credit, you must make at least $1,260.00 in wages. The most credits you can earn is four credits per year.  Now day’s workers need a least 40 work credits to apply for retirement and Social Security Disability Income benefits.  It will be a total of ten years to work in order to have 40 work credits.  However, you must be old enough in order to receive retirement benefits.

The Social Security Administration pays benefits to workers who became disabled and no longer able to work and survivors when a worker passed away (die).  In order to qualify, you need a number of credits and the benefits will be determined on your age and when you became disabled or passed away (die).

The only time you can get Social Security Retirement Benefits is at 62 years old.  If you decide to retire before full retirement age, you Social Security Retirement will be a……………….

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