If you are not in small claims court, it costs a lot of money to sue an entity (a person or company). If you need a lawyer it can get very expensive. And if the defendant has the funds to hire lawyer(s) to oppose and delay your lawsuit, it is even more expensive. The legal system generally puts the plaintiff at an inherent disadvantage while attempting to litigate for damages.
You are correct that the earliest your Social Security Disability benefits could begin is March 2013. Back pay could run from that date up until the month before your monthly benefits start. If you continue to be disabled, monthly benefits would continue after that. It takes a few weeks to a couple months after you get the judge’s approval letter to get Supplemental Security Income (SSI) payments started. Benefits will begin to accrue February 2012 if the judge finds your son disabled at the time of your January 2012 application. You do not need to mention the phone if he paid for it directly, that is, he did not give you the money for it.
If you have any questions concerning where and how you can make use of disability attorney cherry hill nj, you could call us at our own website. If you are approved for Social Security Disability (SSDI), your benefits will begin June 2014. If you were approved for Supplemental Security Income and filed your application before January 2014, benefits will begin with January 2014. Social Security Disability (SSDI) begin the later of the sixth full calendar month after your disability began or twelve months before the month of your application. Supplemental Security Income (SSI) disability benefits begin the month following the month of application unless you applied on the first of the month in which case, benefits begin with the month of application.
It will take about two to three months for the Social Security back pay to be paid out after the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) has started. Your attorney’s estate will have to wait the same as you. When you are paid the Social Security, the Social Security Administration will also pay the attorney. The Social Security is paid out of the payment center so the local office cannot help much. It is correct that the maximum retroactivity is twelve months before the month of application, February 2013. My comp attorney also does SSDI representation but he supported my decision to file online without an attorney but would take it on if denied.
Given the short period of time since you applied, you probably will not have to provide a financial update, so Supplemental Security Income (SSI) payments should start within a month. The benefits may arrive at about the same time as the approval letter or even somewhat before. If you gave banking information, watch your bank account for a deposit. I am not sure what you are referring to when you mention an eighteen-month wait. Please clarify, and also let me know whether this is your first appeal or you are on your second appeal and are waiting for a hearing date. Then, I may be able to respond.
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) payments, including back pay installments, are authorized out of the local office; so if you are able to go into the office to follow up on the late installment, it might help. SSI is intended to supplement other income so you are required to pursue other disability income such as Social Security. Your SSI will be reduced or terminated depending on the amount of your Social Security. Either way you will end up with more income than you have now if currently SSI is your only income. All of our specific law pages do not constitute legal advice, but are for informational purposes only.
The maximum retroactivity for Social Security Disability (SSDI) is twelve months before the month of application. Additionally, your SSDI back pay would be reduced by Supplemental Security Income(SSI) paid for the same months. My husband won his disability case. He does not qualify for SSI. He was found disabled from June 2012. They said his benefits would start as of Dec 2012. However we will not receive his first monthly check till Jan 2015. He was awarded this Oct. 23, 2014. The payment center does release the pay. Most back pay is taking about three months from the time that the monthly benefits are set up, not from the approval date. There is no law or statute governing processing times.
I think you are asking about child support being taken out of your Social Security payment. My response is based on that assumption. If you pay child support directly so that it is not in arrears, probably there will be no levy against your Social Security. If you do not, then the court-ordered support would be deducted from Social Security check. The whole check would not be taken. The Claimant has been under disability as defined in the social security act since OCT 3,2012 the date the application was filed (20 CFR 416.924) if the claimant is eligible the amount and the months for which payment will be made. Mark, you should immediately communicate in writing with Reliance Standard about the current situation.
I am not absolutely sure what you are asking, but I will take a stab at it. Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits begin the month after application or the month of application if you applied on the first of the month. Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits begin to accrue the later of twelve months before application or the sixth calendar month of disability. As your situation is very unique, please feel free to contact our office to discuss your claim in further detail.
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) does not pay retroactively. Benefits always begin the month after application unless you applied on the first of the month and then they start the month of application. Your older medical records could provide background for your current medical condition, but they will not get you benefits before the month of application. Substantial Gainful Activity (SGA) is working for money. Supplemental Security Income is paid because of disability or advanced age; you do not work for the benefit so it is not SGA.