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    Re: what can i do

    Posted by Maria on 2/21/11

    JD:

    You are correct, SSA does NOT pay, while you are incarcerated, I
    mean to write, does "not". Surely, one word can make the
    difference!


    Maria

    On 5/22/09, JD wrote:
    > "The SSA also does pay
    > for benefits while you are incarcerated as they are already
    > taking care of your basic needs such as food and shelter."
    >
    > - says Ms. "Expert" Paralegal
    >
    >
    > NO payments are made while a person is incarcerated!
    >
    >
    > On 5/19/09, maria wrote:
    >> On 3/27/09, duane wrote:
    >>> what are the odds i get ss or disability with a felony. I
    >>> was diagnosed with severe anxiety in prison by the prison
    >>> and have had problems with getting a job and keeping it
    >>> ever since. I dont know what else to do. What are my odds?
    >>
    >> I have read the posted responses and it's silly how people
    >> that have no experience in the subject still respond. First
    >> I would like to inform you that I am an experienced Social
    >> Security Disability Paralegal. There are only two ways a
    >> person can be found disable, though a mental or physical
    >> impairment. Under Social Security listings you have the
    >> 12.04, Affective Disorders, this includes the depression
    >> and anxiety. Many factors play a role in determining whether
    >> a person is disabled. This includes your age, education,
    >> past relevant work experience, transferable skills. You did
    >> not provided enough information to determine whether you may
    >> GRID, this is if you are over 50yrs of age, the grid rule
    >> begins its application. However, if you are a younger
    >> individual (18-49) you need to be seeing a psychiatrist, if
    >> you are low income or no income, you need to get indigent
    >> medical assistance from your county. The SSA also does pay
    >> for benefits while you are incarcerated as they are already
    >> taking care of your basic needs such as food and shelter. A
    >> completion of a "Mental Residual Functional Capacity
    >> Questionnaire" is extremely helpful in getting your case
    >> established. 80-90&37; of claims get denied nationwide, but
    > you
    >> have to appeal usually twice. At the ALJ level you have a
    >> court date, this is where most of the claims get approved. I
    >> hope some of this real information has been of assistance to
    >> you, please visit our website at www.marcwhitehead.com

    Posts on this thread, including this one
  • what can i do, 3/27/09, by duane.
  • Re: what can i do, 4/02/09, by MJ.
  • Re: Zero, 4/13/09, by Annie.
  • Re: what can i do, 5/19/09, by maria.
  • Re: what can i do, 5/22/09, by JD.
  • Re: what can i do, 8/09/09, by GP.
  • Re: what can i do, 2/21/11, by Maria.


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