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Communicating with the Social Security Administration (SSA) While “Closed”

  • By: The Law Center for Social Security Rights
  • COVID-19
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During states of emergency that are being declared across the country, many offices are closing. These offices include Social Security Administration (SSA) offices. These closures are for the safety of the general public as well as the employees of the SSA. If you have a disability, you may want to get your disability claim filed […]

Will I Get A Stimulus Check?

  • By: The Law Center for Social Security Rights
  • COVID-19
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SEE UPDATED INFORMATION AT THE END OF THIS BLOG We have had many questions from our clients and followers about the upcoming stimulus checks, and whether or not they would receive one while receiving SSD or SSI benefits. This is how we understand these stimulus payments will work: Individuals who are eligible will receive “Recovery […]

Will the Coronavirus Affect My Social Security Disability Benefits?

  • By: The Law Center for Social Security Rights
  • COVID-19
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The coronavirus pandemic has affected nearly every aspect of  Michigander’s daily lives. Many of us are being asked to stay home and businesses forced to close their doors. We are worried about how the pandemic will negatively impact Michigan’s economy.  More importantly, we are worried about our loved ones who may get sick. Social Security […]

Social Security and the COVID-19 Pandemic

  • By: The Law Center for Social Security Rights
  • COVID-19
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Social Security Offices, Hearings, Etc. Effective March 17, 2020, all Social Security offices will only offer phone services. All hearing offices are closed to the public, including claimants and representatives. Social Security’s Office of Hearing Operations (OHO) will contact claimants and their representatives who are currently scheduled for an in-person hearing with the option of […]