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Can I Earn Income While Waiting For A Disputed SSDI Claim?

Unfortunately, for many people, a great deal of time can pass—sometimes more than a year—between first applying for Social Security Disability benefits and actually receiving them. Since your disability prevents you from being able to earn an income, this arrangement can cause a great deal of financial hardship.

At Marzzacco Niven & Associates, we understand how important SSD benefits are to you. When you turn to us, our lawyers will work with you to help you determine whether you are eligible for any other benefits in the meantime that can help provide some financial stability.

Located in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, we serve clients throughout the region. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation and discuss your SSD claim.

Knowledgeable About All Sources Of Benefits

Depending on your situation, you may be eligible for different types of benefits while you wait to secure your SSD benefits. These benefits could include workers’ compensation benefits, veterans’ benefits, unemployment benefits, spousal income, and short-term disability benefits.

Before accepting any of these benefits, discuss your disability claim with an experienced lawyer. We understand the complex issues involved with how different benefits may affect your SSD claim.

Depending on the other benefits you receive, you may be eligible for fewer SSD benefits. You could also accidentally disqualify your claim depending on other income that you accept. Our lawyers have been helping injured workers for more than 25 years. We aim to gain a full understanding of your situation and help you secure the benefits that best protect your financial interests.

Attorney Michelle Rhizor oversees our Social Security Disability division. Attorney Rhizor has practiced in the Social Security Disability field for more than 10 years and given oral arguments before the Pennsylvania Superior and Pennsylvania Commonwealth Courts. Attorney Tom Meister has more than 40 years of experience litigating Social Security and other cases and has lectured in the past on various topics in workers’ compensation litigation, unemployment compensation, and Social Security Disability claims. Attorney Nicole Ridley and Attorney Ashley Yagielniskie each have experience with Social Security Disability claims and extensive pro bono work serving Pennsylvania.

Turn to Us: Talk With An Experienced Attorney Today To Get Help

Securing SSD benefits can be a complex process. Our lawyers are ready to protect your rights and interests. To schedule a free consultation at our firm in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, you can reach us by phone at 717-260-3580. You can also reach us via email.