September 17, 2019

Episode 8

In this installment, I answer three questions from listeners and I discuss Social Security’s new Social Security Disability Regulations that go into effect on August 1, 2006. 1) Brenda writes to ask: "how bad does my health have to be before I can receive disability?" 2) Darrell asks: "how can I find out the status of my disability claim online?" 3) Scarlett writes: "my husband suffers from chronic pain, failed cervical (neck) surgery and he has had lower back surgery. His cervical vertebrae are fusing together on their own and he has uncontrollable spasms in his right arm and hand. His doctor will not give us a written statement. He filed is claim for Social Security disability in 2000 and the case has been appealed up to the federal district court. The district court has sent the case back to the original Social Security judge for a new hearing. Is it possible that the judge will make the right decision?" New Social Security Disability Regulations. See Troy Rosasco’s post on Disabled Worker Law Blog.

[tags] chronic pain, new social security disability regulations, social security online [/tags]

Jonathan Ginsberg

Jonathan Ginsberg represents clients in disability claims filed with the Social Security Administration.


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About Jonathan Ginsberg

Jonathan Ginsberg represents clients in disability claims filed with the Social Security Administration.

Would you like your Social Security disability question answered on Jonathan's podcast?  Record your question for Jonathan directly from your computer.

Comments

  1. Doris Wright says

    I would like to know if store credit cards can go into my account if i donot have the money and take the money from my SSI.

    Jonathan Ginsberg responds:  If the only money in your account is from SSi, the a judgment creditor may not seize money from your account.  You should immediately discuss with your bank the fact that the contents of your bank account come from Social Security.  You should also notify the creditor that they  have violated federal law by seizing Social Security money.

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