SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY BENEFITS Unemployment, SSI, Claims, Appeals, Legal Help
Social Security Disability Benefits Information: Getting unemployment benefits can be a hassle. The great majority of initial claims are initially denied. When that happens, a disability attorney can help you appeal the process and have a greater chance of being accepted.
Disability attorneys will help you get assistance with:
Social Security Applications,
Submitting Legal and Medical Evidence,
Understanding Rules and Regulations.
Reasons For Denial Of Unemployment Benefits
Unemployment benefits may be denied if you:
Violated the tardy or absence policies
Acted in a disruptive behavior (harassed the boss, customers or other employees)
Damaged workplace property
Intentionally violated workplace rules,
Jeopardized the safety of others
Voluntarily quit your job
Violated the law or had some criminal convictions
Refused to perform your job to the best of your ability
Don't actively seek full-time work
Don't have proof of wages for two of the last four quarters of the last 12 months
Worked under the table or had some type of earnings that would make it difficult to verify your wages
Are a contractor (self-employed)
The employer must prove that these incidences occurred. in order to affect your eligibility.
If you have 2 or 3 sources of income, you’ll have to lose the majority of your income in order to qualify for the benefits.
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