You can work and still receive Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI), but it is wise to consult an experienced attorney who can advise you on the best way to make your work comply with your benefit payments. At Krasno, Krasno & Onwudinjo, we encourage our clients to seek job opportunities and help them to do so if it is plausible considering their disability, injury or illness.
Disability benefits are not a gold mine. Living high on the hog is not possible on benefits. Supplementing your benefit payments with earned income from a part-time job is a good option for many clients. If you receive SSDI or SSI payments in your name, you are allowed to work no more than 20 hours weekly and earn no more than $1,000 gross each month. Household income levels affect only SSI payments.
Email us or call us at 877-794-2396 to find out more about how you can supplement your benefit payments with part-time work income. Schedule a free initial consultation with one of our knowledgeable and helpful attorneys in your area.
Headquartered in Philadelphia, we advise, counsel and represent clients from 11 offices throughout Pennsylvania.
Vocational Training Could Benefit You And Your Family
There is no need to give up your Social Security Disability benefits to work. We can even help you acquire the skills you need to become qualified for a job you might be able to perform given your disability, injury or illness. Vocational training can even be beneficial if your injury is only temporary.
Vocational training could help you acquire:
- Computer skills
- Managerial skills
- Accounting skills
- Advanced organizational skills
- Writing skills
- Several other job skills that might allow you to take a new role at the company you already work for
We can work with your employer to negotiate terms for vocational training that can benefit you and the company.
Contact Our Disability Benefits Lawyers Today
To schedule a free initial consultation, email us or call us at 570-622-8297 or toll free at 877-794-2396. We handle all cases on a contingency basis, meaning that we collect attorney's fees only if you receive compensation in your case to obtain benefits.