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January 2016 Archives

Conditional SSI benefits may be available for property owners

Michigan residents who wish to obtain Supplemental Security Income benefits may be aware that there are limitations on the amount of property a recipient may own and still obtain benefits. They may not be aware, however, that even if a person owns more than the permitted amount of property, which includes countable resources of more than $2,000 for an individual or $3,000 for a couple, a person may still be able to receive what are known as conditional SSI payments.

SSI applicants could benefit from Michigan attorneys' help

The application process for Supplemental Security Income benefits can be complex. There are many requirements and specific limitations imposed by the government in order for a person to obtain SSI-related benefits. As this blog reported in a previous post, a Michigan resident's living arrangements may affect the amount of his or her SSI benefits award. Whether a person has a trust or receives income from the arts may also factor into his or her award of SSI benefits.

Work injuries may qualify Michigan residents for SSDI benefits

Michigan workers anticipate that their workplaces will be safe environments, free from hazards. Unfortunately, however, that is not always the case. Sometimes, whether through an unanticipated work accident, or over the course of repeated exposure at the workplace, a worker may experience a debilitating injury. Fortunately, there is help available in the form of Social Security disability benefits for those Michigan residents who have experienced a work-related injury.

Are SSD benefits available for cancer patients?

Michigan residents with cancer have a lot on their plate. From potentially harsh radiation or chemotherapy treatments, to time away from work, to the everyday worry about their prognosis, there is no shortage of matters to be concerned about for someone suffering from cancer. One benefit that may help ease some of the burden on those who have cancer is the availability of SSD benefits for certain patients.

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