No. And you do not get to pick which one, either. If you are able to work, then you do not qualify for disability benefits. Your options are unemployment benefits or no benefits. If you are not able to work, then you do not qualify for unemployment benefits. Your options are disability benefits or no benefits.
by StephenWeinstein - 2 hours ago
No. To collect disability, you have to be unable to work. To collect unemployment, you have to be able to work. You can't be both unable, and able, to work. One or the other.
by mbrcatz - 2 hours ago
No you can not.
by liberals sequestered from truth - 2 hours ago
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