Las Vegas Social Security Disability Blog

Are You Sick and Waiting on Your Disability Checks? Our Disability Attorneys Can Help

Many people around the country rely on the deferral government’s disability checks when they fall ill. Oftentimes, someone might become too sick to work at their job, and they will have to rely on some sort of external income to be able to financially survive. However, people who are too ill to work have been waiting more than two years to receive their first disability check. Waiting for your disability check can be a frustrating and discouraging time, but our disability attorneys can give you more information on why these wait times are so long. Why Are the Wait Times So Long? Disability checks are often the primary source of income for people with cancer, mental illness, or other chronic mental conditions that can reduce once-healthy and productive employees to reliance or poverty. These checks are also pretty insufficient; they average about $1,060 each month. This could all be a…
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What Do I Do If I Start to Feel Better While Receiving Disability and Wish to Return to Work?

If you decide that you are able to work while receiving disability benefits, you are free to return to work whenever you like. However, know this: depending on what kinds of benefits you are receiving and how much income you will be receiving from work, the Social Security Administration (SSA) will reevaluate your case to determine if you are still disabled. Depending on their evaluation, your benefits may be changed. If you are receiving Supplemental Security Insurance (SSI): The SSA will take part of your income and subtract it from your monthly benefits. If your income goes over a certain threshold, your benefits will be terminated. If you are receiving Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI): The SSA will look at your income and determine if it surpasses the limitation for “substantial gainful activity” (SGA). The threshold for SGA changes every year; you can visit the SSA’s website to figure out…
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Las Vegas Social Security Disability Lawyer Gerald M. Welt is On Your Side

Contact Our Offices for a Free Consultation If your Social Security Disability benefits were denied, contact our firm today for a free consultation. Las Vegas Social Security Disability attorney Gerald M. Welt can help you understand the appeals process and secure the benefits you deserve.