New Jersey - How Do I Extend Temporary Disability Insurance Benefits?
As a worker in New Jersey (NJ), you need to plan for any eventuality that may leave you unable to work. If you have to stop working due to a physical or mental health condition or any disability unrelated to your work, the consequences may be disastrous in the form of pending medical bills and no source of income. In such a scenario, Temporary Disability Insurance benefits to New Jersey workers ma...Read More
Social Security Disability Benefits for Children of Disabled Parents
When a disability prevents you from working, you are not the only one suffering from a reduction in earnings. Much like you, your family also suffers due to your inability to work and the mounting bills and financial expenses. In such a situation, you may be worried about your children's financial situation and their ability to meet daily expenses. If you are facing a similar situation and are...Read More
Social Security Disability Decision Letter - A Complete Guide
Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits can help those unable to work because of a disability get some financial and mental relief. However, the wait to understand if you have won or been denied benefits can be as frustrating as the disability itself. After a medical determination has been made in your SSD claim, the Social Security Administration (SSA) will send a decision letter. It tries t...Read More
What Is The Social Security Disability 5 Year Rule?
Social Security Disability (SSD) is one of those programs everyone hopes they never have to become familiar with. If you are studying how Social Security Disability benefits work, it usually means that you or someone you love suffered a serious illness or injury. But it’s hard for someone suffering from a disability to learn all they need to know quickly. We at London Disability have exte...Read More
Can You Apply For Disability If Already On Social Security?
Not only are you able to apply for disability benefits when you already applied for and were approved for Social Security retirement, but it may actually be to your advantage to do so. The Social Security Act created a retirement and disability benefits system for retired or disabled workers and members of their family. Social Security taxes paid by workers and their employers fund the Soci...Read More