Enhanced Security for your my Social Security Account Enhanced Security for your my Social Security Account Social Security continues to evaluate and improve how we protect what’s important to you. We take this responsibility seriously, and we have a robust cybersecurity program in place to help protect the personal information you entrust to us. Adding […]
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Need a Replacement Social Security Card? Here is how to do that. Your nine-digit Social Security number remains your first and continuous link with Social Security. It helps us accurately record your covered wages or self-employment earnings. We also use it to monitor your record once you start getting benefits. Why Do You Need One? […]
Do you believe you too have a medical device implant claim? Do you live in the Kingsport, Johnson City, or Bristol Tennessee area? Call the Lynn Shoemaker office today for an appointment.
A Special Examination Is Needed For Your Disability Claim? A Special Examination Is Needed For Your Disability Claim After you apply for Social Security or Supplemental Security Income disability benefits, sometimes you need to have special medical examinations or tests before SSA can decide whether you qualify. The Disability Determination Services in your state […]
Disability Planner: How Much Work Do You Need? In addition to meeting the definition of disability, you must have worked long enough–and recently enough–under Social Security to qualify for disability benefits. Social Security work credits are based on your total yearly wages or self-employment income. You can earn up to four credits each year. […]
Your onlineStatement gives you secure and convenient access to your earnings records. It also shows estimates for retirement, disability
Did you know you can apply online for Disability Benefits? You can use the online application to apply for disability benefits if you: Are age 18 or older; Are not currently receiving benefits on your own Social Security record; Are unable to work because of a medical condition that is expected to last at […]
Social Security pays benefits to people who can’t work because they have a medical condition that’s expected to last at least one year or result in death
Social Security pays disability benefits to you and certain members of your family if you have worked long enough and have a medical condition that has prevented you from working or is expected to prevent you from working for at least 12 months or end in death.
Greetings friend If you on the job injury was prior to July 01, 2014 use our contact form for a free consultation. if your injury was on or after July 01, 2014 please review the information provided by the State of Tennessee here.