Coming Back to Life After Incorrectly Declared Dead by Social Security

According to the Social Security Administration, they process nearly 3 million death reports per year, and less than 1% of those require any adjustment once recorded. But that’s small consolation for anyone who has been erroneously reported as “deceased” by Social Security. All manner of difficulties ensue because for banks and financial institutions, you should no longer be making financial transactions. And for Medicare, you should no longer require medical services so doctors may refuse to treat you.  This CBS DFW (Dallas/Fort Worth) report by Ginger Allen describes how a Texas Great-grandmother dealt with being erroneously declared dead by Social Security. Click hear to read more.

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