Disability Benefits: Protection against the Unexpected

young man in a wheelchair writing a letterDisability is unpredictable and can happen to any person, at any age. Millions of Americans live with disabilities that are the result of a sudden traumatic event or onset of a serious medical condition.

Social Security disability benefits protect you against the unexpected. When you know about the services we provide, you’ll make better decisions when life throws you a curve.

Our disability program provides financial support to disabled individuals and their families in times of need. If you think you have a qualifying disability, don’t wait, apply right away.

Social Security pays disability benefits to people with a severe medical condition expected to last at least one year or result in death. This condition must prevent you from performing substantial work. Social Security does not give benefits to people with partial disability or short-term disability, like veteran’s benefits and workers’ compensation do. You must also meet the earnings requirement for disability benefits.

When you apply for disability, we will need medical and other information from you. We can help you get this information together. You can also have a representative help you gather and submit this information. This representative may be an attorney or other qualified person.

You can get more information about applying for our disability programs at our website. If you click on “Apply for Benefits,” you can then follow a link to get a Disability Starter Kit. This kit will help you get ready for your disability interview or online application.

Once you have your information together, you can apply for disability benefits online. Knowing this information can help you make the best decision for you and your family, if life throws the unexpected at you.

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  2. SSDI is a joke and and God help anyone who needs to use it. This program is one that every worker pays a percentage of their income to the government and the employer matches throughout the time you work. It’s not welfare or a donation you earned it. Now unless you’re going to die in the next 6 mos good luck getting it. Most people lose cars homes and family before it ever happens. The payments aren’t near what you made while working. They just want you to work. No matter that you were making 75-100 thousand while working if they can find some part time minimum wage job they think you can do be ready to do it nevermind what your doc says.SS needs such a major over haul by some watch dog group.

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