People who are receiving Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) may have their benefits decreased under the following circumstances:
- SSDI beneficiaries who also get workers’ compensation or some other disability benefits.
- SSDI beneficiaries who are getting pension from an employer that do not deduct Social Security taxes from their salaries.
- SSDI benefits given to widow/widower or spouse are reduced if people get pension benefits from their federal employers that do not deduct Social Security taxes from their salary.
Understanding the above information is important when you are planning to file for your SSDI benefits. However, without a lawyer’s help, understanding the Social Security can be difficult, especially if your circumstances are complicated. Fortunately, an experienced attorney at Hankey Marks & Crider in Indiana may be able to work on your behalf for the funds you believe you need. Call our offices at (317) 634-8565 today to learn how we may work on your behalf.