Receiving Income While Disabled
One of the myths that abound regarding Social Security Disability is that recipients cannot do any type of work or they will be forced to repay the government and lose any chance at future benefits. The truth is that Social Security Disability recipients are allowed to receive some income while they are disabled. There, however, are limited.
If you are on Social Security Disability, you need not be afraid to babysit for a friend or relative occasionally, place some items for sale through an internet marketer or engage in any other endeavor for which you earn a few dollars here and there. In fact, you can receive up to $720 a month without any affect at all to your
Social Security Disability benefits . Beyond that, there are numerous conditions regarding the receipt of income while disabled that the
Social Security Administration imposes on benefit recipients, depending on various situations. These conditions can be complicated and difficult to understand and are most effectively addressed by an attorney with significant experience in social security law.
Legal Assistance with Your Disability Needs
If you have questions regarding this very important matter, we can help! At Disability Action Advocates, we have represented countless clients over the past 20 years who were in situations similar to yours, and we have been successful at answering their questions and navigating them through this process. We are interested in talking with you about this issue and urge you to contact an experienced lawyer today. Let us review your circumstances and get started helping you contribute to society as best you can while still retaining the disability payments to which you are entitled.
We have received an AV® rating from Martindale-Hubbell® and our attorneys have tried 15 jury trials to verdict and approximately 50 arbitrations and bench trials. We are unquestionably well-versed in Social Security Disability law and handle all of the hearings before the Administrative Law Judges. With this kind of experience and expertise, you cannot make a better choice for representation in your Social Security Disability case.