I’ve called to speak to someone about my mother’s passing, trying to figure out if I’m qualified for any benefits
Q) I’ve called multiple times to speak to someone about my mother’s passing and trying to figure out if I’m qualified for any benefits after her death. Noone is answering calls.
A) I’m sorry for your loss. If you are trying to inquire about benefits related to the death of your mother, it’s possible that you may need to contact a different government agency or organization. Depending on your circumstances and the type of benefits you are seeking, you may need to contact:
- Social Security Administration (SSA): If your mother received Social Security benefits, you may be eligible for survivors benefits. You can visit the SSA website or call their toll-free number at 1-800-772-1213.
- Department of Veterans Affairs (VA): If your mother was a veteran, you may be eligible for survivors benefits from the VA. You can visit the VA website or call their toll-free number at 1-800-827-1000.
- Life insurance company: If your mother had life insurance, you may be able to file a claim with the insurance company. You can find contact information for the insurance company on the policy.
- Employer: If your mother was employed at the time of her death, you may be eligible for death benefits from her employer. You can contact the human resources department at her place of work for more information.
It’s important to keep in mind that different agencies and organizations have different processes and eligibility requirements, so it’s best to check with each one directly to find out what benefits you may be eligible for and how to apply.
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