Anyone who has listened to the news recently has probably heard chatter about how Social Security programs are endangered. The year 2034 is purportedly the first year that the Social Security program won't have the funds to pay the expected benefits. This projection shows the importance of fixing programs that rely on the Social Security trust fund.
If you depend on social security disability income to preserve your way of life, then the continuing disability review laws could be the source of some concern. While an improved medical condition may be cause for celebration, having to deal with the high cost of living in California without SSDI could understandably temper your enthusiasm.
If someone close to you is suffering from a psychiatric disorder in California, you may feel helpless and alone. Whether it is their first bout or a recurring condition, it is important to know that many are in your same situation. At Disability Rights Law Center, we understand the sensitive considerations involved in having a loved one living with a mental illness.
People in California have to fight to receive disability benefits when they are unable to work because of a medical illness, injury or condition. As the job market and economy strengthen, more and more people in this state are finding paying positions that are enabling them to stop relying on disability.