SSDI

  • Dysautonomia SSDI benefits

    Can I Get SSDI Benefits for Dysautonomia?

    Dysautonomia or POTS Dysautonomia or autonomic dysfunction, is a broad term that is used to describe disorders of the autonomic nervous system (ANS). The ANS maintains your body’s involuntary or “automatic” functions like internal temperature, breathing, heart rate, blood pressure, and hormonal functions. An imbalance in any of these “automatic” functions of the body could result in dysautonomia. Individuals with dysautonomia may not experience the same symptoms. This is because any disorder

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    Can I Get Social Security Disability for Neck Pain?

    Can I Get Social Security Disability for Neck Pain? In order to qualify for Social Security disability insurance (SSDI) benefits for neck pain or neck problems, you must either meet the requirements of one of Social Security's official disability listings or prove that they don't have the capacity to return to work because of their neck pain or doctors' restrictions. Meeting a Musculoskeletal Disability Listing for Neck Problems The Social Security disability listings for musculoskeletal diso

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    The PACT Act and What It Means For Our Veterans

    On August 10, 2022, President Biden signed into law the PACT Act which expands eligibility for VA healthcare and benefits for Veterans exposed to burn pits and other toxic substances.

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  • Do I Have To Pay For a Social Security Disability Lawyer image of kimberly slimbaugh from mcv law

    Do I Have To Pay For a Social Security Disability Lawyer?

    While many clients worry about paying for a lawyer upfront, that's not a concern when working with MCV Law. We take cases on a contingency basis, which means there is no fee unless we win your case.

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    SSDI and Federal Income Tax

    If you receive Social Security Disability benefits, you may have to pay Federal taxes on your retroactive award and/or your ongoing monthly benefits in certain circumstances. This can happen if you receive income from other sources or if your spouse earns income. New York State does not tax SSDI benefits.

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