SSDI back pay reimbursment to private LTD company

UPDATED: Jun 5, 2009

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SSDI back pay reimbursment to private LTD company

Is it legal for the LTD company who required application for SSDI to demand repayment of the SSDI back pay? company asked for this committment early on as a requirement and it wasn’t untol recently that someone alerted me to the idea that a case in OK ruled that LDT company could not garnish SSD back pay. Ideas?

Asked on June 5, 2009 under Insurance Law, New Mexico


MD, Member, California Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 13 years ago | Contributor

You can do the following to confirm:

1. Contact the New Mexico Dept of Insurance:

2. Contact the New Mexico Dept of Workforce Solutions:

3. Consult with private counsel or legal aid.  If private counsel, try and check his or her record at the New Mexico State Bar.  If legal aid, contact legal aid in the county in which you reside.

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