If an injury, illness, or medical impairment keeps you from working, you may be eligible for financial benefits through a Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) claim. SSDI benefits are designed to provide financial support to people who cannot work due to a disabling medical condition.
A return to work may be possible based on the improvement of your condition. There are guidelines in place regarding returning to the workplace. In this article, Harold W. Conick – Social Security disability lawyer at Harold W. Conick & Associates Ltd., provides an overview of the Social Security Administration (SSA) return to work guidelines.
Social Security Disability Claims: Know the Return-to-Work Guidelines
The SSA has published a Red Book (A Guide to Work Incentives) that exists to help SSDI recipients understand their rights and responsibilities, including the return to work. At Harold W. Conick & Associates Ltd., our SSDI lawyers want to make sure you and your family have the tools and resources that you need to protect your best interests. SSDI recipients should be aware of the following four key things about the disability return to work guidelines:
Find Out How Our Disability Attorneys in the Greater Chicago Metropolitan Area Can Help
At Harold W. Conick & Associates Ltd., our Social Security disability attorney fights hard to help people and families secure the full financial compensation that they deserve. If you have questions about the SSA’s return to work guidelines, we can help. Call Harold W. Conick & Associates Ltd., now or get in touch with us online for a free consultation. We provide SSDI and SSI representation throughout the greater metropolitan area and Northern Illinois – including in Cook County, DuPage County, Kendall County, Will County, and Lake County, as well as northwest Indiana and southern Wisconsin.