Can I Stop The SSA From Ending My Disability Benefits?

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The process of being approved for Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) can be long and hard. So, if you have been approved for benefits the last thing you want to have happen is for the Social Security Administration (SSA) to put a stop to your checks. But there are some instances where this is possible, and knowing how to avoid … Read More

Is There A Difference Between A Permanent And A Temporary Disability?

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There is not set rule for defining a disability. And while the Social Security Administration (SSA) does have a blue book of conditions it refers to when determining disability for purposes of Social Security Disability Income (SSDI), if your exact condition is not listed in the book that does not mean you are not disabled and will not qualify for … Read More

Are Injuries From Auto Accidents Covered By Disability?

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Some of life’s most devastating injuries can be caused by a car accident. Severe brain damage, spinal cord injuries, and paralysis are all the types of injuries that can leave a person unable to work. In most instances where a person has been rendered disabled and not able to continue working, an application for Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) can … Read More

Do I Still Have Options If I Am Denied For Disability Pay?

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If you are not able to work due to a disability, you are likely trying to find ways to still earn an income and support your family. One way to do this is to apply for Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) and/or Supplemental Security Income (SSI). For many workers this is the best answer, but it can be heartbreaking to … Read More

What Is A Social Security Disability Technical Denial?

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If you are disabled and cannot go to work you may qualify for Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) and perhaps even Supplement Security Income (SSI) from the Social Security Administration (SSA). In order to get these valuable benefits you have to fill out an application and provide proof of your disability. Many applications are denied when initially presented, and this … Read More

How To Improve Your Chances At Being Approved For Disability

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Statistics show most applications for Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) are denied the first time they are filed. This can be discouraging news if you need benefits, but there is hope. Many applicants are awarded benefits on reconsideration or appeal. Even with higher chances of approval when you go through the reconsideration process, it is still nice to know what … Read More

Why Does It Take So Long To Get Approved For Disability?

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Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) payments are awarded to disabled workers who unable to work. If this is you, you may have been out of work for a while now and need a paycheck quickly. The process for disability approval can be long and complicated and most workers wonder why the system is so slow. In truth the process does … Read More

Tips For Your Doctor When Applying For Disability

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The Social Security Administration (SSA) is in charge of administering an overseeing several benefit programs. The most popular of these programs is social security, which thousands upon thousands of people rely upon monthly for income after retirement. Another popular program is the social security disability income (SSDI) program, which provides for an income when a worker becomes disabled is no … Read More

Does Military Status Affect Eligibility For Disability?

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If you are an active duty military member and become disabled, it is unlikely you will be permitted to continue service. In these cases there are usually benefits provided by the VA, but you might also be considering applying for social security disability income (SSDI). If that thought has crossed your mind, the next thought might be to wonder if … Read More