As a resident of Kansas or Missouri who has a disability that is severe enough to keep you out of the workplace, you may be looking for alternative ways to support yourself, and you may be considering applying for Social Security Disability benefits from the U.S. Social Security Administration. At the Law Office of Michael T. Joshi, we recognize that, in order to obtain these benefits, you first must qualify for them, and this involves meeting the administration’s strict definition of “disability.
As a resident of Kansas or Missouri who currently receives disability benefits from the U.S. Social Security Administration, you should know that the current presidential administration is considering reviewing recipients’ social media accounts in an attempt to cut down on fraudulent disability claims. At the Law Office of Michael J. Joshi, we understand that there are certain things you must prove if you wish to continue to receive disability benefits, and we are well-versed in the reasons the administration sometimes uses when denying or revoking benefits eligibility.
When you can no longer work due a health issue, you may apply for Social Security Disability in Kansas City. SSDI can provide you with income when you cannot work, but it requires meeting very strict guidelines and requirements. To make sure the application process goes smoothly, you should take time to double check that you have provided all the required documentation.
The saying, “Knowledge is power” is applicable to many things in life.
A diagnosis of cancer immediately changes the focus of your life and that of your family. As a Missouri resident, you may wonder if you can receive financial assistance through the Social Security Administration to help pay the bills if you can no longer work. The short answer to the question is maybe. Navigating the process required to apply is often complicated and time-consuming.