Working While Receiving NJ Social Security Disability After you have been injured and out of work for some time, you may be in a place physically where you believe you can return to work. You would rather work than try and live on disability benefits, but you aren’t sure if you can return full time to the workforce. Find out what the Social Security Administration (SSA) says about this situation here, in this video.

The SSA allows people to attempt to return to the workforce after they have received medical treatment. If you have gotten better and want to try working while receiving New Jersey Social Security disability benefits, there are special rules that allow for this. Social Security does not penalize your for trying to return to work; however, the rules state that you are allowed to do so up to a nine month window and in a three-year period of time.

If you would like more information about Social Security’s work incentives or help making sure you receive the maximum benefits to which you are entitled, please call Trenton Social Security disability attorney Samuel M. Gaylord at Gaylord Popp, LLC, at 888-716-8086 or 609-771-8611 today.