Social Security Office in Hot Springs, AR

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112 Corporate Terrace
71913, Hot Springs, Arkansas

Phone: Local Number : 1-855-531-1685 National Toll-Free : 1-800-772-1213 TTY: 1-501-525-2311
Worktime: Monday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
Except Federal Holidays
Directions: From Highway 7 Or Central Avenue, Turn Onto Corporate Terrace, Which Is Approximately A Half Mile North Of The Mall Or A Quarter Mile South Of Files Road.
Central Ave4.0 mi - 8 mins
Hot Springs, AR, USA
4.0 mi - 8 mins
1. Head west on W Grand Ave toward Central Ave
85 ft
2. Take the 1st left onto Central Ave
4.0 mi
3. Turn right onto Corporate Terrace
Destination will be on the right
180 ft
112 Corporate Terrace71913, , Hot Springs, Arkansas

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Thomas Thornburg wrote on 07.01.2016 and gave a rating 4 of 5:

I wrote you before the holidays regarding what appeared to be a $200 a month increase in my Medicare A&B payments. I was getting $1250+ per month and now Its only $1200+ per month. I am a 100% X three Disabled Combat Veteran and that $200 per month deduction really hurt as I'm sure did most everyone else.

Someone in your office emailed me back, to explain but somehow that Email got lost and I could not find it anywhere.

Would you please find out who handled my inquiry and have them email me again.

I would like to understand why when I was paying $50 a month for Medicare, on Social Security account that I had been paying into since I was 14 years old, I'm now 68. That's 54 years of paying into a government forced savings account, an account the government over the years stole from and is now broke. Basically my "savings for future health care" have been stolen and now you want to charge me MORE to make up for the loss ? Is that about accurate.

Or is it to provide health care for people who (A.) are career unemployable and refuse to work. (B.) Are here illegally and therefor not entitled to my money for their health care. or (C.) To fund a failing Obamacare debacle that was doomed before it ever started....either way I should not have to pay more now, after paying for over 50 years, compared to people who've never worked but demand and equal lifestyle without equal effort.

I have never been unemployed since I was 14 years old.I spent 2 straight years in Combat where I was highly decorated, and will in the Spring be part of a book coming out that will honor my exploits and those of others of my area of service during the War in Vietnam.

And now you want to make my life even harder, by taking $200 more a month out of check when you already refused a C.O.LA. raise, and have for the last 5 years.

I don't any increases to offset Cost of Living, and now you take out almost $2500 a year more out on my already meager Medicare Check ?

I can get 100% free Medical care and prescriptions from the VA. That would be out dated and no modern medications offered. The Medical care would be from doctors who usually could not practice in the private sector due to gross incompetence.

I am an example of the latter. In 2011 the VA gave me a routine Steroid Injection. The doctor giving the injection was not qualified to work in that area of the Spine & Nerves. He failed to watch the overhead monitor that guides the injection and he missed his target.

He injected 120cc of Steroids and Latovocaine by mistake into the bulging L-4 disc. He was aiming at the nerve under the disc.

With the massive dose amount and the hydrolic pressure of the syringe, the disc exploded into fragments and blew them into the Caudal Equine nerve group causing severe nerve damage.

Within a week I was paralyzed from the waist down. Found a Neurosurgeon, he took an MRI and operated the next morning. Afterwards he said "Im sorry there was just too much nerve damage. It looked like a Hand Grenade went off in there." He wanted to Order me an Electric Wheel Chair."

I spent the next 14-16 months struggling and slowly forcing myself to walk. I walk now, but its only due to the 100mg of Opiates the VA gives me to start my day.

I have Medicare & prescription coverage, a supplement with Humana and Prescription coverage. I also have the 100% free VA prescription but limited to old medications and no newer more effective ones.

Why will all this do I have to pay $200 more a month out of my SS Disability Check ?

Your not doing me any favors with sending me this check every month...I already paid in WAY more than I'll ever get back. This check is also compensation for the daily pain

I have endured that pain, everyday since June 13, 1967. That was the day I hit a huge anti-tank mine in my light cavalry assault vehicle. My spine was compression fractured along it entire length.

My question is why did my check go from $1231.90 to $1038.00 suddenly ?

I pay for Human's Supplementary Health Insurance plus prescription drug coverage. WHY is Medicare also charging me $151.90 per month when they are not really providing me with drug coverage. I get that from the VA and Humana Insurance.

You government employee's get huge raises. Your pay is adjusted for the Cost of Living.

I shed blood in service to this Country on more than 5 occasions. My repeated acts of heroism on my 2nd Combat Tour in defense of US Ground Troops are coming out in a book this Spring by an Author named Jack Strauder. In VietnamI gave 100% for my Country, then I dug deeper and gave even more, earning me a $10,000 bounty on my head by the enemy.

I struggle with old injuries and worst of all those inflicted upon me by the VA hospital. They are the most debilitating and painful all.

Please help me understand this as due to repeatedly exposure to Agent Orange and 5 related Heart time no longer holds unlimited tomorrows.

Your charging me for prescription coverage, Human charges me too, and the VA gives them to me free.

Why are you deducting so much from my small SS Disability Check. I paid into my SS account for over 50 years as did all the rest of the Baby Boomers.

The Politicians looted our Social Security Savings...and used our money to BUY VOTES from the poor in the form of Entitlements.

Now the forced savings account that a whole generation paid into from every single gone.

Our savings made over 5 decades and supposed to make Old Age a little easier to bare gone. Stolen by corrupt politicians who blame the Baby Boomers for spending it all on their retirement...LIES.

We don't get cost of living raises, we'll never come anywhere near getting back what we put in. You have to be 65 to draw full Social Security. Black Men's life expediency is only 58 years. Whites maybe 72, for those of us exposed to Agent Orange from 30 years on, it can happen any day.

2/3rds of all men who served in Jungle Combat in Vietnam...are already dead today. We loose 390 Vietnam Combat Veterans per day due to their exposure to A.O.

I was covered in it, twice flying high cover for the planes spraying it. They drew ground fire and we had to dive down thru the spray to silence the enemy gun position.

Now you make what little time I may have less, even harder by taking $200 out of my SS Disability Check. While at the same time denying me any Cost of Living Raises.

Your denying me money that I have already paid into the SS account for "my future". The "future is here"...but all that money I paid into my account is already "gone". Stolen and spent to buy future Votes.

This is so disappointing because I know their are so many, much worse off than me. That will suffer because the government stole their savings, and now after denying us raises, steals our own money out of our Government Guaranteed Savings Account.

This is my reward for all I and my brothers sacrificed ? My brothers & Sisters fighting an dying in Afghanistan have been abandoned and forgotten by the same people their protecting.

An explanation would be nice. $200 a month removed from my $1231.90 check makes for some drastic cut backs...and life made even harder to bare when I know I've already way "over paid" for those benefits in advance. The more you deny me, the more you have to spend somewhere else.

But, lets be clear here...your denying me my own money. Money I already paid in advance for when I retired. Your not doing me any favors. You just supposed to giving me back my money to help with my latter years. That's how they sold Social Security.

Its all been a huge LIE.

I look forward to an explanation.

hali wrote on 13.10.2015 and gave a rating 4 of 5:

My mom died a 2 years ago and someone told me I can get a check for her dying because I was 16 when she died and I'm 18 now trying to go to college but my mom didnt work and my dads on disability so would I be able to get a check?

Carolyn crane wrote on 29.09.2015 and gave a rating 5 of 5:

When we send in for a name change does the social security office keep a copy of the marriage liscence? Court house has lost mine and mine were lost so I'm needing a copy.

Janice Rae Kerr wrote on 06.07.2015 and gave a rating 4 of 5:

I am going to retire from my full time job ant the end of this year and will be 66 , my full retirement age. I applied and got my medicare card at age 65 with A coverage only since still getting insurance through my employer. When can I apply for a medicare supplement plan?

Amy chavis wrote on 17.06.2015 and gave a rating 4 of 5:

Just got married . How do I go about changing my last name to sanders?

Deborah hill wrote on 13.01.2015 and gave a rating 3 of 5:

My husband and I have Obama care at no charge...he will start his medicare in May.. Do I get to keep mine and does he need to buy a supplement?

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