Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is a benefits program that provides financial assistance to those with physical and mental impairments that prevent them from working. Many medical conditions can be eligible for SSDI benefits, including back injuries, respiratory illnesses, psychiatric disorders such as PTSD, cancer, and more. The Social Security Administration uses a manual called the Blue Book that includes a long list of physical and mental impairments when awarding disability benefits. If you have questions about whether your condition will qualify, don't hesitate to contact our SSD lawyers at United States Disability Center
To be eligible for SSDI (or SSD):
Unlike Supplemental Security Income, SSDI does not have limits on assets. However, individuals must not exceed the earning limit for any part-time work you perform while receiving benefits.
While individuals can and do regularly apply for benefits on their own, they quickly realize that the process is much more complicated than it seems. In fact, many claims are initially denied due to technicalities in defining a disability and insufficient paperwork to prove that an individual is disabled.
At United States Disability Center, our SSDI attorneys are focused on assisting individuals with benefits applications. We have extensive knowledge of the claims protocols and what is required to file a successful application. Our lawyers can work with you throughout the applications process as well as appeals. We are ready to help you recover the benefits you need.
Contact (888) 602-3906 to reach our legal team.