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  1. K_Jurich

    K_Jurich Member

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    Ok so its been AWHILE since I have posted on here sorry everyone but its been reslly crazy, I went back to work Full-time and been working overtime to play catch up anyway. . . .Monday night I fell down my stairs at home and broke my tailbone and broke a rib on my right side and I am now out of work for at least 4 weeks. I am REALLY REALLY hoping that I will qualify for Disability since I have been employed @ the hospital for almost 10 years but up until 9 weeks ago I was only working once a month as of 9 weeks ago I have been back working full time and overtime hours. So I am really hoping that I qualify. But my question is IF i do get disability is submitting any shows going to affect disability? Cause if not then I really want to try to pack my calender full of as many catalog shows as I can. Anyone have any insite on this?
     
    Nov 6, 2009
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  2. NooraK

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    I don't know about disability, but there have been a couple of discussions about unemployment, so you may want to do a search on that.
     
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  3. PCMomto4

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    Are you talking about disability through the govt or disability through your employer? If its through your employer its like an insurance plan so it shouldn't impact it, however I know with govt disability you are limited to the amount of income you can make per month, you can make money but it is limited.
     
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  4. K_Jurich

    K_Jurich Member

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    through the gov
     
    Nov 6, 2009
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  5. K_Jurich

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    I have only submitted about 6 shows this year (hasnt really been a good year) so now my questions is do I even list it on the papers as an employment? I am sorry I am really unsure of how all this works. . .
     
    Nov 14, 2009
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