An Overview of Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)
Here's a basic introduction to how Social Security Disability works.
Social Security Disability & SSI: Information & Criteria
An overview of Social Security's disability evaluation process and what you need to do to get benefits.
How Much Can You Receive in SSI Disability?
The amount of your monthly SSI disability check depends on whether you're married, whether you have any income, and where you live.
Are Workers' Comp Benefits Taxable?
A small portion of workers' compensation benefits may be taxable, but few injured workers have to pay taxes on it.
Am I Entitled to Workers' Compensation Benefits?
You must be an employee of a company with workers’ comp insurance and you must have been injured at work or as a result of job-related duties.
Short-Term Disability Benefits Available From State Governments
Short-term disability benefits are not available from Social Security or elsewhere in the federal government. If you are disabled less than a year, you can’t collect Social Security disability or SDI.
Short-Term Disability Benefits for Medical Operations
If you have to miss work because of an illness or injury unrelated to your job, you may be entitled to short-term disability benefits.
Requirements for Long Term Disability
If you have a long-term disability policy, you may be eligible to continue receiving most of your salary in the event you become unable to work.
Filing a Long-Term Disability Claim: What to Know
Long-term disability (LTD) insurance pays monthly benefits to covered workers who become unable to perform the duties of their job for medical reasons.
What to Do if Employer Ignores Request for Reasonable Accommodation
The Americans with Disabilities Act gives employees the right to a reasonable accommodation.
Are Maternity Benefits Available From Social Security Disability?
Although the Social Security disability program doesn't pay benefits for pregnancy, a handful of states do.
Eligibility for Federal Disability Retirement Benefits
Disability retirement benefits are available to persons who work in the federal government as part of their employment benefit package.
5 Steps to Filing an Application for Federal Disability Retirement
Federal Disability Retirement is a benefit available to Federal civil service employees and Postal workers who meet certain requirements. Filing for disability retirement benefits in five steps.
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