If a person becomes disabled at work or in the home, he or she may rely on the Social Security Administration (SSA) for the support required to recover and get back to their normal lifestyle. The speed of a claim for disability payments can make the difference between a bearable time and financial ruin, but the SSA may not be reliable in these cases.
Suffering an injury or illness while at work can lead to a lengthy time away from the job. No one wants an extended absence from work for fear of losing their job or struggling to get back into a rhythm upon their return. If you are ever injured on the job in Columbus, you need to know how you can qualify for Social Security Disability benefits.
The state of Ohio is moving closer to Medicaid requirements that would force people who receive the benefit to find work. The request has been officially submitted by the Ohio Department of Medicaid earlier in May. The request is for the department to create work requirements for residents who receive the benefit under the expanded program. The expansion came back in 2014 under the Affordable Care Act.