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Qualifying for Social Security Disability Benefits for a Mental Condition

Under Social Security Administration regulations, you can qualify for Social Security disability benefits for a physical or a mental health issue. Often, there can be both a physical and a mental health component to a disability. For example, a physical injury can often lead to depression. Accordingly, it's always a good idea to make certain your application for benefits includes any issues related to mental illness or health. It's important to understand that you can't simply allege that you … [Read more...]

Mistakes to Avoid When Applying for Social Security Disability Benefits

If you are sick or injured and cannot work, you might be eligible to receive cash payments from the Social Security Administration. You want to be careful, though, that you don't do something that might jeopardize your right to benefits. Here are some things to consider. It's Best Not to File for Unemployment If You Have a Pending Social Security Disability Claim Generally, when you file for unemployment, you must be ready and able to work to collect benefits. However, a Social Security … [Read more...]

Supplemental Security Income

The federal Social Security Administration administers both the Social Security disability insurance (SSDI) program and the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program. Most people are familiar with Social Security disability, but few have an understanding of Supplemental Security Income. Here's an overview. Supplemental Security Income Benefits Supplemental Security Income payments are made under programs jointly operated by the federal government and state governments. Accordingly, the … [Read more...]

What Happens If You Are Denied Social Security Disability?

It's common knowledge that most people who file a claim for Social Security disability or Supplemental Security Income initially have their claims rejected. The good news, though, is that many of those denied claims are approved on appeal. So how does the appeals process work? In most states, the Social Security disability appeals process if a four-step process: Reconsideration A hearing before an administrative law judge A review by an appeals council of the administrative law … [Read more...]

Disabling Diseases and Social Security Disability

To qualify for Social Security disability or Supplemental Security Income benefits, you do not have to have a traumatic injury, but may be able to recover benefits if you have a disabling disease that keeps you from working. These can include congestive heart failure, advanced stage cancer and kidney disease. There are, however, other types of chronic illnesses that will allow you to collect benefits. Qualifying for Social Security Disability Benefits To be eligible to receive Social Security … [Read more...]

Social Security Disability Claims—Who Decides What a Disability Is?

Who Decides What Qualifies as a Disability? If you have been hurt or are suffering from a serious illness, you most likely have sought medical treatment. If your doctor tells you that you are disabled, that you cannot work because of your condition, do you automatically have a right to Social Security disability benefits? Unfortunately not. Social Security Disability—Who Decides? The short answer is that the Social Security Administration decides. Though your doctor's recommendation may be … [Read more...]

The Likelihood of Accidental Death Associated with Specific Causes

Frequently Asked Questions about Social Security Disability Benefits Aronberg, Kouser, Snyder & Lindemann, P. A.—Experienced SSDI Attorneys in Pennsylvania and New Jersey According to a recent study, the odds of dying as a result of an accident or injury far exceed most other causes. Though a person is nearly four times as likely to die of heart disease than as the result of an accident, far more fatalities result from mishaps than from firearms, fire, falls or exposure to weather. The … [Read more...]

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