Why Was My Application For SSDI Denied?

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The Social Security Administration (SSA) provides monthly benefits to disabled workers who qualify for benefits through the Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) program. Many workers receive a denial with their initial application, and it can be difficult to understand why much needed benefits have not been granted. It can also be hard to figure out if asking for reconsideration or … Read More

Three Steps To Take Before Applying For Disability

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If you have been injured to the point of disability or suffer from a condition that qualifies for automatic disability, it is important to know what steps to take to get the benefits you need. The Social Security Administration (SSA) is in charge of making disability payments, in the form of Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) and in some instances, … Read More

Top Three Ways To Have SSDI Taken Away

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Workers who have become disabled and are granted Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) from the Social Security Administration (SSA) should take special care to safeguard their benefits once those benefits begin to flow. It can take a while for an application to be approved, so the last thing an applicant wants to do is put their payments in jeopardy. But … Read More

Top Tips For Answering Questions At Your Disability Hearing

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If you have applied for, and been denied, Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) benefits chances are you are involved in one of the appeal stages. The first right of appeal you have is to ask for a reconsideration of your case. If you are still denied at that stage, you can go to a hearing and explain your case to … Read More

If I Make Too Much Will I Still Get Disability Benefit Payments?

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Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) benefits are available to workers who have become disabled and are not able to work. The determination as to whether you qualify is based upon being able to prove you are disabled, and having worked long enough to qualify. The second prong of this test; working long enough to qualify, can become confusing. It is … Read More

How Do I Determine The Onset Date Of My Disability?

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To get Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) you have be disabled and have worked long enough to earn the required number of work credits. The Social Security Administration (SSA) keeps track of your work history, will look over the medical evidence you supply regarding your condition, and either approve or deny your request. If you are approved benefit payments begin … Read More

How Heart Disease Can Lead To A Disability

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Heart disease is caused by buildup of fat inside the arteries, which narrows and/or hardens the arteries to the point that blood cannot flow properly. In addition to an improper blood flow, patients with heart disease also suffer from a lack of oxygen to their heart. If you are experiencing shortness of breath or severe chest pain it is a … Read More

What Are My Chances At An Award Of Supplemental Security Income?

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If you are not able to work due to a disability, the amount of Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) you are awarded may or may not be enough to pay your bills. If your award is too low, you can also apply for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) to help pick up the slack. But not every application for either SSDI … Read More

How To Appeal A Supplement Security Income Denial

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Both Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) and Supplement Security Income (SSI) can help you bridge an income gap if you are disabled and not able to earn a wage. SSDI is awarded based upon your actual disability and the amount of work credits you have earned, while SSI is a needs based program run by the Social Security Administration (SSA) … Read More

Can A Newborn Qualify For Disability?

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Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) is a benefit paid to workers who are no longer able to work due to a disability. To qualify you have to meet both a medical standard, and show you have earned enough work credits. The medical element of the case is largely determined by the proof you provide from your treating physicians, outlining your … Read More