I am a 60 year old male. How do I find an attorney that will help me with filing a class action lawsuit against 1. SSA 2. The law firm that handled my case (SSDI) that was denied by the ALJ.
I plan to also file a suit against my doctors on the case as well (may or may not be class action).
Why isn't SSI responding to my inquiries for widow's benefits? I've spoken to three agents for scheduled appointments, yet appointments are received as missed calls which go directly to my voicemail. I was told to call back, but my information is never kept on file.
I wanted to cmake an appointment to change my name on my SSi card can I go to any office.
My mother in law is selling us her house - my brother in law is getting his inheritance from the proceeds of the sale. My mother in law receives social security and will net more than $2000 from the sale of the house will she loose her benefits? Does the money she is giving to my brother in law count in that formula?
ordered and received your book,getwhatsyours.i found nothing regarding a ever married man who filedforSS.early after losing my job at 64yrs.old.could youadvisemeonanyxtrabenefits?thankyousir.
I was told by the Social Security Office today that if I request ex-spouse survival benefits, I would have to be re-qualifed for SSD which I have been receiving for over 5 years because I am not 60 & that I could possibly lose my disability status & SSDI... Is this true?
Retired CA teacher. Currently living and plan to spend rest of my life in AZ. Being AZ in NOT a Windfall tax state, can I collect my full SS when I go to apply? Yes
I need a wheelchair! I do not WAN ths but as my legs no longer co-operate with my wishes *Blankety-Blank* Blank MS!* it seems a neccecity!
Hi. I wish I could help you, but my expertise is limited to Social Security benefits. If you're drawing Social Security disability (SSDI) benefits or if you're at least age 65 then you probably have Medicare, and Medicare may be able to help out with the cost of a wheelchair if you have a doctor's prescription.
My husband is a Canadian citizen but worked in the US and began receiving Social Security Disability benefits in 2003 and Social Security benefits in 2010 when he turned 65. As his wife, I just learned that I could receive spousal benefits. I am also a Canadian citizen. I sent in an application for both a Social Security number and Spousal Benefits along with my Canadian passport, my birth certificate and my marriage certificate. According to my postal tracking number the package as received in the Baltimore Social Security office May 3, 2021.