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We can help you get the Social Security disability benefits you deserve.
Tax-free Social Security Disability is not a handout or welfare. You are only qualified to additional disability benefits. based on mandatory taxes you’ve paid.
Increased Monthly Income:
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) provides a regular monthly payment. Also, This may supplement any current disability benefits you are already receiving. It also provides annual cost-of-living increases. A part of these benefits may be tax-free.
Regardless of your age, after receiving SSDI benefits for 24 months, you are eligible for Medicare. Including Part A (hospital benefits) and Part B (medical benefits).
Prescription Drug Coverage:
Once you get qualifications for Medicare, you are also eligible for Medicare Part D. It is the prescription drug plan.
If you receive Social Security disability benefits, the length of your COBRA benefits may extend to an extra 11 months.
Protected Retirement Benefits:
Social Security disability entitlement “freezes” Social Security earnings records during your period of disability. Because those years are not counted when computing future benefits. Moreover, your Social Security retirement benefits will be higher.
If you receive Social Security disability benefits and you have a dependent under age 18, he or she may also be eligible for benefits.
Social Security will provide an opportunity to return to work while still paying you disability benefits. For answers to questions about your specific case or Additional Disability Benefits, we urge you to contact our office. We can schedule a free initial appointment from our Experience disability benefits lawyer. Call toll free, 1.877.526.3457, or send us an e-mail for a prompt response.
With our main offices located in Parkersburg, West Virginia, the law firm of Jan Dils, Attorneys at Law, has helped thousands of individuals fight successfully for Personal Injury Cases, West Virginia Veterans’ benefits through the Veterans Administration (VA) and Social Security disability (SSDI or SSI).