Q If I work 2 jobs, can I collect disability from both?
If an accident or illness has left you disabled, you may consider applying for NJ Social Security Disability benefits. If you work two jobs, you should be able to collect disability from both of them. Both employers will most likely contribute to a single payment. The amount of this payment will be based on a percentage of your weekly wage gross.
The Social Security Administration uses a strict application process to determine who is eligible for Social Security disability benefits. Some of the things they take into consideration are your current employment, the severity of your medical condition, and your ability to work. Don’t give up if your initial claim is denied; people who fully deserve benefits are denied all the time. However, your claim is more likely to be approved if have an experienced Morristown Social Security disability lawyer in your corner.
Manfred Ricciardelli has 20 years of experience handling cases like yours. He will help prepare you for each step of the applications process so you aren’t caught off guard. Don’t go through this alone – we’re here to help you get the disability benefits you and your family deserve. Set up a free consultation today by calling 973-285-1100 or filling out the contact form on this page. If you hire us to represent you, you don’t pay us unless you win.