Applied for disability, where’s my disability check?

Many disability applicants mistakenly believe they can complete their Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) application and thirty days later the disability check will be in their mailbox or the disability check will be deposited in their checking account.

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SSDI Benefits how do I apply?

If you are disabled with a severe health condition and are not able to work for at least 12 continuous months you may qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance Benefits (SSDI). SSDI benefits are a governmental disability program managed by the Social Security Administration (SSA) for workers who are disabled and have earned enough work credits to be insured for benefits.

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Social Security Disability denial, what do I do next?

If you received a Social Security disability denial form the Social Security Administration, you are not alone. The SSA estimates that up to 70% of first-time disability applicants will receive a Social Security Disability denial. While a certain percentage of these claimants do not meet the basic requirements of disability- they are currently working too much, they do not have sufficient work credits to be insured, or they have a short-term disability- other claimants, who should be approved, are denied.

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SSDI denial what do I do to win my case?

It is not unusual for the Social Security Administration (SSA) to deny a disability case. In fact, reports indicate your chances of receiving a denial the first time you apply for Social Security Disability Insurance or Supplemental Security Income benefits could be as high as 70%. So what do you do when you receive a SSI or SSDI denial? You have three options.

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Can I get SSDI for a mental health condition?

The Federal Government offers Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits to claimants who have a physical or mental health condition which is so severe they are unable to work for at least 12 continuous months. Mental health conditions do qualify for benefits, but like physical conditions, the claimant must have sufficient medical evidence to prove they are disabled.

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