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Many turn to the Social Security Administration when they are unable to work in order to receive financial assistance through Social Security disability benefits. Filing your social security disability application can be confusing, and an overwhelming process simply because you do not feel well. Approximately 60% of social security disability applicants are initially denied benefits. Fortunately, there may be help for you or a loved one through a Social Security disability attorney. Get your disability claim reviewed by an expert for free by filling out the free disability evaluation. A Social Security attorney or advocate will reach out to you to go over your options and discuss the disability benefits you are entitled to. Working with a Social Security disability lawyer could help save you some time in the appeals process and result in possibly getting you the benefits you’ve earned faster than if you had navigated the process yourself.  ​

Social Security Programs

There are two types of disability benefits available to you: Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI). The medical requirements are the same to qualify for either SSI or SSDI. After the medical requirements are met, SSDI and SSI qualifications are different. For example, SSDI only applies for those who have recently worked and paid Social Security taxes, while SSI only applies for those with extreme financial needs. Talk to a social security disability lawyer to determine if you qualify for SSDI, SSI, or both. 

Application Process

You will need the following information available to start your social security disability application: Your social security number, date of birth, your treatment history with the names and address of your doctors, your medications, history of medical tests and testing facility, and dependents who may qualify for benefits under your account. The supplemental social security application is typically completed over the phone, unless you prefer to visit your local social security administration office in person. For this application, you will need your income amounts, list of assets, and be able to provide your work history.  ​

Disability Resources

This section contains frequently asked questions and answers that relate to the SSI and SSDI process and eligibility, as well as the appeals process.  ​Glossary of Terms​​​

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