How does Washington State law define disability?

Answer Washington State law defines disability in a wider sense than the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), covering more impairments and medical, mental or psychological conditions.Definition... Read More »

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How to Claim Disability in Washington State?

A 20-year-old worker has a 30 percent chance of becoming disabled before reaching retirement age, according to the Social Security Administration. The agency runs federal programs that provide mone... Read More »

Disability Dog State Laws in Washington?

Service dogs, also known as disability dogs, have a serious job to do. Disability dogs can go into places other dogs cannot go. These dogs are necessary to help their owners cope with many types of... Read More »

What is the Washington state disability definition?

Like every U.S. state, Washington state has its own definition of what constitutes a "disability." This definition, updated on July 21, 2007, pertains specifically to issues of discrimination; it ... Read More »

Do disability payments vary depending on what state you live in for example I currently live in AL if i move to New Hampshire does my disability check increase because of the cost of living there?

I'm not sure, but I called social security a few days ago to tell them I would be moving to Washington state and they said to visit the social security office because there was a possibility I coul... Read More »