Denied Social Security Disability Insurance three times. Can you help?

Recently on our legal forum a user asked, “I have severe migraines. Most days I can hardly get out of bed. I have been having issues for several years and have had difficulty working. I applied for SSDI three times, but they have denied my case. I am wondering why I have been denied and what I can do to win Social Security Disability Insurance benefits?”

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SSDI auxiliary benefits what are they and do my children qualify?

Recently on our disability forum a user asked, “I have applied for Social Security Disability Insurance benefits (SSDI). I understand that if I have children they might, under specific circumstances, also qualify for benefits. Can you tell me more about SSDI auxiliary benefits and whether my kids can receive them?”

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Congestive heart failure and SSDI denial because income is too high?

Recently on our disability forum a user asked, “I have applied for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) because I have been diagnosed with congestive heart failure. I just received a letter from the SSA stating that I am not disabled because I am making too much money. I am confused. I was going to quit working when I started receiving benefits. They never even reviewed my medical records. Can you tell me what’s going on? How can they say I am not disabled? I can barely walk.”

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Personal injury settlement how will this affect disability?

Recently on our legal forum a user asked, “I have been receiving disability benefits for five years. I was recently in a car accident. The case is about to be settled out of court. I am wondering whether the personal injury settlement will affect my disability benefits? While I need the injury payment, I need my monthly ongoing disability benefits more.”

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Turned 18 years of age and SSA said SSI benefits will stop?

Recently on our legal forum a user asked, “I recently turned eighteen years of age, and I was notified by the Social Security Administration (SSA) that they were terminating my Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. I am not sure I understand why or how they can do this since my condition has not improved.”

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