Yeah but those 1099 will come back and bite him in the azz. The OP would be better off driving pizza or food for a mom & pop who pays cash. Any earnings during his time of disability that is paid "on the books" can & will be construed as insurance fraud. 10 years ago anyone might have gotten away with it, not anymore however. The paperwork is all electronically filed and any agency can request or see it. Again, if the OP were a friend of mine and was dead set on working for the money, I would strongly push him towards a cash job.If it's permanent disability you can make up to abt $1,140. Regular disability not sure I would say no, plus if you do due it don't tell a soul.
There are a lot of variables and the only accurate answer in this whole thing is to get an attorney. Now.The co
The correct answer is....it depends. If you are disabled for you own occupation, you may be able to collect and Drive also. If you are disabled for ANY occupation, you cannot Drive.