If you are considering marriage, there are several things you need to consider. Marriage, or remarriage, could influence your ability to continue receiving Social Security disability insurance (SSDI) benefits. Depending on the situation, your SSDI eligibility may be terminated. Here’s what you need to know: How Marriage May Affect Your SSDI Eligibility If you are […]Learn More
Our firm, Goodman Acker P.C., is thrilled to announce our very own Attorney Barry Goodman has been selected to the National Association of Distinguished Counsel’s “Nation’s Top One Percent” award. The organization is devoted to encouraging the highest standards of legal excellence, making it an incredible accomplishment for any legal professional to be awarded with […]Learn More
While Social Security disability insurance (SSDI) recipients can get Medicare coverage, they are not able to receive Medicaid coverage. Only people with Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits are eligible for Medicaid. In the state of Michigan, if you receive SSI benefits, you will automatically be enrolled in Medicaid coverage. What Is Medicaid? Medicaid is a […]Learn More
Goodman Acker, P.C., one of Michigan’s most respected Plaintiff Firms, wants its community to know what kind of decision they are making when they choose Goodman Acker as their attorney. What kind of decision? A good decision. This week, Goodman Acker, P.C. will begin to flood the TV and social media with its new tagline: […]Learn More
If you are receiving SSDI payments, can you still get Medicare benefits? The answer is yes. However, there is a waiting period involved that may hinder your ability to obtain Medicare payments right away. You must wait 2 years (24 months) to receive Medicare after becoming entitled to SSDI benefits. In reality, you may have […]Learn More
We have been helping accident injury victims in Michigan win the maximum settlement for their injuries for 25+ years.
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